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Trilithon: The Journal of the Ancient Order of Druids in America is the official journal of the AODA. In its pages you can find inspiration for walking the path of druidry today, discussions of revival druidry past and present, on connecting with nature in all its forms, for practicing AODA druidry.  We are particularly proud of the original druid scholarship that Trilthon has published over the last few years.  For back issues, please see <LINK: http://aoda.org/publications/issues.html>

Our inaugural issue was published in 2014, and we publish yearly on the summer solstice. We welcome submissions from new and experienced individuals within the AODA and broader druid community. If you are a new writer, our editors are willing to work with you to refine your submission for publication. If you have something you’d like to contribute, please see our “Submissions” page for how to submit your work. Articles for our inaugural issue are due January 1st  of each calendar year. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

About the Editorial Team
Dana O’Driscoll (Chief Editor) is the Archdruid of Water in the Ancient Order of Druids in America, a Druid in the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids, and a member of the Druidical Golden Dawn. Her AODA Druid Adept project explored the connection between druidry and sustainability and how to use permaculture design principles and community building to engage in druidic practice. By day, she is a writing professor and learning researcher; by night, an organic gardener, natural builder, herbalist, mushroom forager, permaculture designer, and whimsical artist. Dana’s writings can be found on the web at druidgarden.wordpress.com.

Karen M. Fisher (Copy Editor) is a candidate in the Ancient Order of Druids in America, and has been a Pagan for over 30 years. She is a professional freelance copyeditor for several academic publishers. She enjoys hiking and foraging and lives in a big old house in Pennsylvania.

Kelly Trumble (Copy Editor).  Kelly Trumble, AODA Druid Apprentice, is an AODA office staff volunteer and an enthusiastic student of the Dolmen Arch magical system. In a past life, Kelly earned a PhD in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature and taught writing and literature courses as an adjunct professor. Kelly currently lives in beautiful northern Michigan with her husband and son. She spends most of her time homeschooling her son, doing the occasional copyediting, volunteering at the local library, and caring for her family, though she’s been known to sneak in a little reading or puzzle-working if no one is looking.

Paul Angelini (Layout and Design) AODA Grand Pendragon and Druid Apprentice, does the yearly layout and design on Trilithon. Paul is committed to sustainability and the conservation of old skills and knowledge, having completed a Permaculture Design Certificate course and a Traditional Western Herbalism intensive course. His passions include foraging wild food/medicine, making music and exploring new music, hiking, collecting old/used/new books, cider making (and zymurgy in general), book design and layout, and learning new skills/subjects.