25 Best Folklore Blogs and Websites
Here are 25 Best Folklore Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Folklife Today
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Folklife Today is a blog for people interested in folklore, folklife, and oral history. We'll feature brief articles on folklife topics, highlighting the unparalleled collections of the Library of Congress, especially the American Folklife Center and the Veterans History Project.
497.1K⋅ 1.3M ⋅4 posts / day Get Email Contact More
2. The American Folklore Society
Bloomington, Indiana, US
The American Folklore Society is a membership organization dedicated to supporting the individuals and organizations engaged in the study and advancement of folklore and expressive cultural traditions throughout the world.
4.2K⋅ 4.1K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
3. The Folklore Society Blog
London, England, UK
The Folklore Society (FLS) is a learned society devoted to the study of traditional culture in all its forms. It was founded in 1878 and was one of the first organisations established in the world for the study of folklore.
11.5K⋅ 22.1K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
4. Folklore Fellows
Folklore Fellows is an international network of folklorists, promoting scientific contacts between researchers, publication work, and research training.
885 ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact More
5. Seven Miles of Steel Thistles
Yorkshire, England, UK
Katherine writes children's and YA fantasy. Her books have been sold worldwide and have been translated into many languages. For adults, she writes semi-academic non-fiction on folklore, fairy tales, and fantasy.
221⋅ 2.9K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact More
6. Icy Sedgwick » Folklore
Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK
I'm Icy - a folklore blogger and host of the Fabulous Folklore podcast. I also write fiction - dark fantasy, supernatural mysteries, Gothic horror, and Westerns.
1.1K⋅ 16.9K ⋅4 posts / month Get Email Contact More
7. Myth & Moor Blog
Notes from a Dartmoor studio on folklore, fairy tales, fantasy, mythic arts & mythic living. Myth & Moor is an informal journal of readings, reflections, and rambles through the forests of myth and legend.
16 posts / year Get Email Contact More
8. New York Folklore
Schenectady, New York, US
Read the latest news from New York Folklore and enjoy guest posts by folklorists in the field. Learn more about the diverse folk arts of our state! New York Folklore is New York State's only statewide organization that supports and amplifies traditional arts and culture in New York.
2.2K⋅ 539 ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
9. Ceallaigh's Blog
Folklore & Fiction is the Internet home of scholar and author Ceallaigh S. MacCath-Moran. She is a Ph.D. candidate in the Folklore Department at the Memorial University of Newfoundland.
798 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact More
10. Dead But Dreaming
Liverpool, England, UK
A place where the faeries of folklore meet the faeries of reality. This is a blog site about the otherworldly creatures most often known as faeries. They have taken many forms over the centuries, and interact with humanity in a myriad of ways.
5.4K⋅ 2K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More
11. New England Folklore
Boston, Massachusetts, US
I am an Avid folklore fan and a new England native. Author of witches and warlocks of Massachusetts and legends and lore of the north shore (2014). My work has appeared in various other places, including magical folk: British and Irish Fairies: ad 500 to present (2018), and Sam Baltrusis's 13 most haunted crime scenes beyond Boston (2016).
1 post / month ⋅ Aug 2008 Get Email Contact More
12. VAMzzz Occult Blog » Folklore
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
This section features articles on folklore. VAMzzz Publishing creates new and revised editions of books in the categories Magic & Witchcraft, Secret Rites & Societies, Demonology, Celtic & Mythology and Astrology. These books are written by either highly qualified academic researchers, or experts in a special field of esoteric knowledge, craft or practice.
4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
13. Norwegian Folktales
The folktales and legends collected by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe, and others, translated into English.
10 posts / year Get Email Contact More
14. Cunning Folk
Cunning Folk is an independent magazine covering magic, mythology, folklore and the occult. To innovate, we have to imagine. This is something artists and scientists at the forefront of their respective fields have always understood--you don't find new ideas only by re-visiting what is known, but by imagining new possibilities and setting foot into the unknown.
1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More
15. Folklore Thursday
London, England, UK
Putting the folk back into folklore since 2015!
1 post / month Get Email Contact More
16. FairyTalez Blog
Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
At Fairytalez, we love fairytales and folklore. Read insightful and inspiring articles about fairy tales, folk tales, and folklore at Fairytalez.
4.1K⋅ 2.6K ⋅15 posts / year Get Email Contact More
17. American Folklore
American Folklore site, which features retold folktales from all 50 states. We answer those pesky folklore questions that keep you up at night, such as: 'Why is a black cat bad luck?' and 'Who the heck is Paul Bunyan?' So grab a cup of coffee, pull up a comfy chair, and stay awhile.
1.6K ⋅1 post / year Get Email Contact More
18. Alys West Blog
Yorkshire, England, UK
Alys West is the writer of folklore inspired fantasy. Here you'll find information about my books, my 'book whispering' services, my blog, and the mindful writing sessions I run online.
202⋅ 2.1K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
19. Angus Folklore
A trawl through the folklore, history, tales, and ephemera of Angus.
7 ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact More
20. The Faery Folklorist
A Faery Folklore enthusiast living in the deepest depths of Northumberland, seeking the truth behind fairy stories, and tracking down the places at the heart of them.
1 post / year Get Email Contact More
21. Folklore and Fern
Enter into the mists of history, archetypes, plant wisdom, and folklore. Follow the path down into the Sacred Wood and discover your deepest intuitions and inherent healing abilities. Folklore and Fern is an earthy, witchy, mythic place for healing and exploration.
2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|American Folklore Society||americanfolkloresociety.org/news||27|
|Simon Roy Hughes||norwegianfolktales.blogspot.com||26|
|Cassie Rosita Patterson||americanfolkloresociety.org/news||12|
|Roz Rini Larson||americanfolkloresociety.org/news||7|
|zteve t evans||folklorethursday.com||3|
|Dr. Emma Kumar||folklorethursday.com||1|
|The Faery Folklorist||faeryfolklorist.blogspot.com||1|
|Lorraine Walsh Cashman||americanfolkloresociety.org/news||1|
Folklore Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|News From The Field||53|
|Calls For Submissions||33|
|Annual Meeting News||27|
|New York Folklore||15|
|Topic||Past Month Count|
Folklore Blogs By Category
|Category||No. of Blogs|
|Fairy Tale Blogs||39|