Krystal D'Costa hosts the hearth's refiring at Anthropology in Practice:

Four Stone Hearth is the anthropology blog carnival. It owes its origin to Martin Rundkvist of Aardvarchaeology, who administered the site for four years before passing the torch to Afarensis. The Hominin requested a temporary host a few months ago while he dealt with some health problems, and I volunteered—and the job sort of stuck.

But the carnival has sort of languished recently. Interest has been low despite a few recent rallying attempts, and after polling the anthropology community, some changes were made to make the carnival a bit more media friendly:
Will it be enough? Time will tell. We may have to close up shop on this endeavor for good depending on interest over the next few months. We need hosts for November and December (and beyond). If you're interested, please drop me a line using this page. The process is a simple one. You contact me for hosting duties, a CFP gets posted on the website, you collect submissions (or select notable posts from around the web), and you write a post linking to the writing you'd like to share. You can be as creative or as straightforward as you would like to be. Simple right? But it only works if the anthropology community is interested ...

In the meantime, here is a look at new and recent discussions in anthropology around the web [Read more]

To volunteer for hosting duties, please contact us.
Sam Wise of Sorting Out Science is hosting the 120th edition of the anthropology blog carnival. Why not take your morning coffee/tea/whiskey over there for a quick perusal?

Thanks for hosting, Sam! We're in need of future hosts, so contact us if you're interested.