Wrapped within the electronic pages found within, you will soon be hearing about modern day folk practitioners, revivalists, musicians, artists, and enthusiasts. Want to know what is going on in these rural and yet urban movements? Come learn .... Come teach ... come share.
|Enter the Realm of Folk Ways, Folklife, and Folklore. Step through our green gateway and learn about folk science, magic, arts, crafts, music, and wisdom. Learn what folk peoples once did and still do. Are folk practices still alive? Most definitely. Delve deep within our new electronic journal to discover the truths of what "folk" is, was, and going to be.
|The Tree Leaves' Oracle folk journal is your guide to "all things folk". This paper, electronic journal and e-zine consists of art, articles, poems,
stories, movie and book reviews that the Tree Leaves' Folk Fellowship members
and readers of the journal contribute. Are you interested in sharing your gifts, visit our Submissions page and help us disperse your folk knowledge or talents. The journal is also an not-for-profit,
bi-annual, co-op run publication offered by The Leaf and Dragon shoppe in Ashland, Oregon. From the Fall issue of 2014, the Journal is offered as a e-zine and a paper publication. From 1998-2013 it was strictly a e-zine. From 1991-1998 it was strictly a paper journal and limited copies of the printed journal (Issues 1-8) may be available.
Membership is currently $30.00/year to join the fellowship which benefit gives you a annual subscription to the bi-annual journal, a quarterly subscription to the Tree Talk newsletter, discounts for products with the Tree Leaves' Oracle and The Leaf and Dragon shop, invites to events and discounts on classes. Looking to meet others with "like minds"? looking to learn about different folk values, beliefs, lore, and issues? Want to become a supporting member? Supporting memberships are only $30.
The "Tree Leaves' Oracle Journal" is the official member journal/ e-zine of the Tree Leaves' Folk Fellowship. The Tree Leaves' Folk Fellowship is a not-for-profit collective of folk enthusiasts, lorists, artists, musicians, revivalists, and participants who network together on folk issues, folklore, and topics. Once a local club of enthusiasts, Tree Leaves' has grown into an international group with members worldwide. |
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