The newsletter of the Barony is the Innilgard Irregular, which comes out promptly at the beginning of each month.

The most recent edition of the Innilgard Irregular can be found here.

You can find an archive of collected past issues of the Irregular here.

For a less in-depth overview, or to help find the particular issue that you’re searching for, there are also compiled summaries of the Irregular available for the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s.

The current newsletter of the College of Saint Christina, The Duck Feather Quill, is available here.

Over the life of the Barony, there have been a number of other newsletters. Some had long runs, and some had short, but all are of interest. Our records of these newsletters are not complete, if you have some issues or publications that we do not include below that you think should be preserved for posterity, please contact the Historian.

Cornerstone, a quarterly zine that was a companion to the Irregular, and ran from 1983 to 1994.

The Closed Book, the newsletter of the College of Blessed Herman, published intermittently from 1986 to 2004.

Runic Rumblings, the newsletter of the Shire of Stahlberg based in Whyalla, which was part of Innilgard from 1994 until it closed in 1997.

Fox Tales, the newsletter of the Canton of Foxwood / Canton of Armandy based in Northern Adelaide, which was part of Innilgard from 1996 until it closed in 1999.

We also host archives of a few other once-off publications or Lochac-wide newsletters.

The Innilgard Receipt Book is a book of favourite recipes from the history of the Barony, published in AS LVII to celebrate 40 years since the founding of Innilgard.

The Lochac Guild of Brewers, Vinters and Imbibers News is an excellent treasure trove of recipes.

The Doomsday Book was a census of the population of Lochac, presented to the Crown on the founding of the Kingdom of Lochac in . It is a beautiful artifact that contains the names of all the active populace of the Kingdom in July 2002.

The Pleasure Book was a guide to the SCA published in the Kingdom of Atenveldt in 1976, and is an interesting read and a good look at the past of the SCA.

The Sun was a monthly Lochac newspaper that ran from 1987 to 1991.