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Green Egg is a Neopagan magazine published by the Church of All Worlds from 1968 through 1976 and 1988 through 2000, and restarted in 2007. It was created by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, who was the editor from 1968 to 1974.
It started as a one-page ditto sheet, but by 1976 had grown over 80 issues into a 60-page journal. According to J. Gordon Melton, it became "the most significant periodical in the Pagan movement during the 1970s and made Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, its editor, a major force in Neo-Paganism.".
In March 2007, Green Egg was restarted as an Ezine, available online at greeneggzine.com. With permission from Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, it was resurrected by Ariel Monserrat and Tom Donohue, who were the publishers and editors of Green Egg until January, 2015, when Tom and Ariel retired and passed the helm to Dawn Sevier.
Green Egg is still an E-magazine, but also in print when Dawn and her husband, Gary can afford to have issues printed. The new URL for Green Egg is http://www.greeneggemagazine.com and there, anyone can purchase an electronic copy of Green Egg E-magazine. Changes have been made allowing those who purchase the E-magazine to view the issue in an on-line viewer that presents the magazine in a slide show fashion, front cover to back cover. This format also features videos and as always, there is a PDF version available for those who collect the numbered issues.
- Melton (1979)
- Ariel Monserrat
- Adler, Margot, Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess- Worshipers and other Pagans in America Today, Beacon Press, 1979; revised and updated 1987.
- Melton, J. Gordon, The Encyclopedia of American Religions, from the Institute for the Study of American Religions, POB 90709, Santa Barbara, CA 93190 1979 ( 3rd edition, 1988); The Essential New Age, 1990.
- Jason Pitzl-Waters, "Pagan Community Notes: Fifth Sacred Thing, Green Egg, Oldenwilde, and More!" Wildhunt.org, October 30, 2013.
- Ariel Monserrat "Green Egg" website, February 24, 2015.[clarification needed]
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