The Baum Bugle, first published in 1957, is the International Wizard of Oz Club’s triannual journal of record and the only continuous publication devoted to the world of Oz.
In addition to well-researched and feature articles, there is an ongoing need for more modest contributions. For example, we often need typists to turn something like a handwritten quiz into digital text. There’s a regular need for help scanning images from Oz books. Book, exhibit, product, or theater reviews help keep our readers on top of what’s new.
The Bugle is a great way to get more involved in the Club and to contribute to the Club’s legacy.
Oziana is the Club’s annual literary magazine, founded in 1971 to continue the saga of Oz through short stories, poems, and art. Every issue takes the support of writers, illustrators, and graphic designers.
Both magazines, run entirely by volunteers, are always looking for contributions. Perhaps the next contributor is you!