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Folklife prints FQ, Folklife Quarterly

FQ is a paid-for print magazine, with 48/52 A4-size pages

 

...PUBLICATION DATES, deadlines...✪✪...JAN, 20 Nov ......APR, 20 Feb......JUL, 20 May......OCT, 20 Aug...

 

your Members' folk news [200 words per news item, more if advertising] & multiple Directory listings,

published quarterly - do join us, Membership is only 18 a year !

Contact Us / Join Folklife ~ details on "About FQ webpage"

FQ is a print magazine, also copied online ...

We provide free online copies of some FQ pages on this site.

FQ listings are directory-style, not an events-diary, other than member-festivals & workshops

Online is updated as time permits - say a fortnight after the print version has been distributed:

[1] Members' news (links on About FQ); [2] FT pages (archive); [3] Listings (Directory)

 

We also provide, free, online,

Folklife members' online Directory (FQ includes a print summary of this - Listings) •

an archive of articles from the Folklife Traditions pages in FQ

Worcestershire Folklife, Herefds-Worcs directory Bywyd Gwerin, Welsh Traditions

  • Spam policy: non-Members who add us without asking to mailing lists for festivals & concerts will be blocked.
  • Our Folklife mailing list is only sent to Members & to past advertisers. Others we only write to individually.
  • Your CDs: Members are welcome to send in publicity about their CDs ~ we don't review folk CDs
  • What we do: produce and distribute a PRINTED folk magazine, this is always our priority,
    • so: no email forwarding service! no paper leaflet distribution! not on social networks!

see our

FQ Info Page

 

for our

ad rates & sizes,

membership

benefits,

reselling

FQ: Folklife Quarterly.

FQ has 3 sections

... as printed

... online

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[1]

Folklife MEMBERS' NEWS

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NEWS PAGES:

Wales. and

individual counties in west/central England (Cornwall to Warwickshire).

ON THIS WEBSITE.

Go to

ABOUT FQ:

the FQ page

for more info, plus

links (also on right) to individual news pages

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[1] MEMBERS' NEWS

 

NEWS PAGES for Wales,

England West Country

England West Country

and nearby

 

For other FQ pages

see ABOUT FQ

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[2]

'FOLKLIFE TRADITIONS'

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researched ARTICLES & songs, folklife studies & societies news, Seasonal Celebrations: Doc Row's list + photos

Folklife Traditions pages ~ Archive of all FT issues, includes listing published articles

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[3]

Members' LISTINGS

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full Member-FESTIVAL & Member-WORKSHOP DIARIES; summaries of Members' Directory listings + full UPDATES this quarter

Members' full Directory listings, incl Festival &

Workshop Diaries &

UPDATES this quarter

(mobile-friendly site)

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FWOn: Folk What's On

FWOn

... as printed

... more details

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simply the ads from FQ.

sent free to libraries, TICs, concert venues; in areas from which we have regular adverts

"About FWOn" on this site has more details

Our other websites ~ two online Directories

Worcestershire Folklife.

Online only. Mobile-friendly site

http://worcestershire-folklife.org.uk wf1a

 

A Herefordshire & Worcestershire Directory (not dates, other than local festivals); you can subscribe to email Directory updates (not dates). Plus links to local websites-listing-dates.

 

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Bywyd Gwerin: Cyfeiriadur /// Welsh Folklife Traditions: Directory

 

Bilingual. Online only

 

Now converted to a mobile-friendly format.

 

http://bywyd-gwerin.cymru

Welsh-language folklife traditions in a Directory format.

Also includes Notes & Articles.

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And also hosted on this site: The Homend Poets, Ledbury

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Run by a bunch of amateurs!

A non-profit volunteer group

promoting all aspects of folklife.

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The Folklife ident

by Chris Stewart

Originally, the magazines were published (& subsidised) by the Somers Traditional Folk Club, Worcester (which meets every Friday, for 33 years!) but Folklife is now a separate organisation published (& subsidised) by the Editors. To email STFC: please see STFC website for STFC email

WHAT WE DO ONLINE .............................  LIMITATIONS OF THIS WEBSITE ...

What we do is produce and distribute a PRINTED folk magazine;

anything online is a bonus.

 

Online is intended for desktop computers and larger screens

 

We are a non-profit group of volunteers/amateurs who produce a print magazine.

I paste copies of most print pages online, so that you can read some.

  • Note the "I" here, not "we" - FQ print magazine is a team effort; but website is just me (Sam) to copy it online, so limited time

Do dip in to an online page, - or 2 - 3 .... whilst most of our 48-52 A4 pages are online, to read it all, a printed copy is far easier!

  • website is later than print. Once the print magazine has been distributed, I start copying it online, then I copy Folk What's On, and then update the Directory - this takes up to a fortnight after 1 Jan/Apr/Jul/Oct.

 

Critical suggestions for improving these webpages are positively welcome

  • Ideally .... we would like a more technically-minded / design-minded volunteer to take over this website
  • ... that's not very likely! … but critical suggestions for improving these pages are positively welcome
  • … but please bear in mind that I am an unpaid non-technical volunteer with limited time and money!
    • so eg busy, producing/distributing/invoicing FQ - so no time for blogs etc
    • we have a web-based Directory in mobile-friendly format on a separate webpage
    • we put our print pages online on this site - these pages are A4 size, so won't be suitable for mobiles etc

What we do is produce and distribute a PRINTED folk magazine,

in which you can advertise, and/or you can join us as a Member and then send in your Members' news & listings.

Members can publicise their recordings and reviews. No reviews except from Members, plus (very occasionally) the editors review books.

 

So … what we do is produce and distribute a PRINTED folk magazine! ............................ cheers, Sam.

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