After some delay, volume 4, issue 2 of the Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review (ASRR), a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of new religious movements (NRMs) has just been published online. I'm plugging it because it contains a book review authored by yours truly, devoted to Kaarina Aitamurto and Scott Simpson's edited volume on Modern Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Central and Eastern Europe (Durham: Acumen, 2013). Unfortunately, ASRR isn't an open access journal, meaning that you will have to pay to access its articles and reviews, but hopefully many of you will have university accounts that allow you free access.
This is my latest book review since the open access journal Papers from the Institute of Archaeology (PIA) published my critical examination of Kathryn Rountree, Christine Morris, and Alan A.D. Peatfield's 2012 anthology Archaeology of Spiritualities. The launch party for PIA volume 23 actually took place at the UCL Institute of Archaeology last night, and I am currently engaged in another book review for volume 24, so stay tuned for that.