Tag Archives: Celtic mythology

Philip Freeman’s Celtic Mythology: Tales of Gods, Goddesses, and Heroes

The Library here at Kinrowan Hall has hundreds of books, pamphlets and more ephemeral material concerning Celtic mythology such as Audrey L. Becker and Kristin Noone’s Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture, Marie-Louise Sjoestedt’s Gods and Heroes of the … Continue reading

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Caitlín Matthews and Olwyn Whelan’s Celtic Memories 

Rebecca Scott penned this review. A quick glance at the back cover of this volume shows selections from five of the Six Nations of the Celts in the British Isles (Cornwall is neglected, if you’re curious). Eight of these pieces are … Continue reading

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An Interview with Robin Williamson

Tim Hoke conducted this interview  in 2008. You’ve been described as a Scottish multi-instrumentalist musician, singer, songwriter, and storyteller, who first made his name as a founder member of The Incredible String Band and The Merry Band. That was over thirty … Continue reading

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Marie-Louise Sjoestedt’s Gods and Heroes of the Celts

“The gods of the Celts, as they are presented here, are quite unlike the gods of classical [read: Greek] mythology. They are not patrons of love or war or of various crafts, nor have they a home in heaven. They … Continue reading

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