This year's theme is "The Magical Dark" and the description on the We'Moon website explains that this embodies the darkest phase of the moon cycle: the New Moon:
"Here dwell the dream seeds, the letting go, the gearing up to begin again. Woven through the pages are shadows longing for our attention. Follow sparks of encouragement as we travel through moonless dark—and lo! the magical terrain reveals Her mysterious gifts."
It's much more than just a diary as it also has astrological data, details about moon phases, notation of when the sun changes signs, astrological predictions, information about the solstices, equinoxes and other festival dates, articles on a huge range of esoteric subjects plus artwork and creative writing by poets and storytellers. Oh and as well as a week-at-a-glance planner, it has a moon phase calender at the back.
We'Moon is a feminist pagan enterprise, with the emphasis on diversity and inclusivity. These words from it offer more explanation: "We'Moon is a sacred space in which to explore and celebrate the diversity of she-ness on Earth."
This is the second year I've had a We'Moon diary and I doubt it will be the last.
You can view We’Moon 2022: Gaia Rhythms for Womyn: The Magical Dark on Amazon and buy copies from shops that sell pagan and esoteric books including Cowley Club, or order it via We'Moon's website: https://wemoon.ws/collections/moon-phase-calendar/products/wemoon-date-book.