SCAtoday.net is a news portal website offering news, information, and discussions free of charge to members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), and to others interested in the history of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
This is a totally not-for-profit web site, a true "labor of love" run by an all-volunteer staff and funded out of pocket by its Publisher and Editor. We welcome participation by members of the Medieval Living History community, and we are always looking for news reporters, editors, and correspondents from around the world.
While our title, SCAtoday.net, may suggest that we are exclusively oriented toward the Society for Creative Anachronism, that is not the case. We welcome news stories, event announcements, and other contributions from any Living History group within the loosely-bounded time period of 600 CE to 1650 CE, and from historical organizations that do not necessarily include "living history" (for example, museums, historical art galleries, university history departments, etc.). As with the SCA itself, we tend to blur the early-end time boundary, because events in pre-medieval history (such as the Roman Empire) had a formative effect on the Middle Ages.
SCAtoday.net is an independent publication not affiliated with nor endorsed by the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. While most of our staff are members (and even officers) of the SCA or its branches, we do not presume to speak for the SCA or its Board of Directors. We are an independent news source.