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Play It Like You Sing It available in Pictou, NS

Play It Like You Sing It: The Shears Collection. Volumes 1 and 2 are now available at the McCulloch House Museum and Genealogy Centre in Pictou, Nova Scotia. The Genealogy Centre remains open during the fall/winter at 86 Haliburton Road and their gift shop is stocked with Bradan Press books and other delightful gifts!

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November Book Launch Events: Adhbhar Ar Sòlais

Join us later this month in Glasgow or South Uist at the book launch events for Adhbhar Ar Sòlais / Cause of Our Joy by Marion NicIlleMhoire. Event links below. Glaschu/Glasgow: 6:30pm, Thursday 15 November, 2018 https://www.facebook.com/events/313659339189387/...

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Play It Like You Sing It now available in Canada

Play It Like You Sing It: The Shears Collection. Volumes 1 and 2 are now available at Baile nan Gàidheal / Highland Village Museum in Cape Breton. They do not have a web store, but you can email or phone them toll free to order it in Canada.

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New Gaelic Graphic Novel in 2020: Ròs Fiadhaich (Wild Rose)

Announcing our newest project, a Gaelic graphic novel to be published in 2020! Facebook Live video announcement here: https://www.facebook.com/bradanpress/videos/565036263951027/ Stèidhichte air dealbh-chùil Lunnainn agus na h-Èireann dùthchaile ann an 1790, tha Ròs...

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New Audiobook: Ràithean airson Sireadh / Seasons for Seeking by Lodaidh MacFhionghain

Our first audiobook: Ràithean airson Sireadh / Seasons for Seeking by Lodaidh MacFhionghain (Lewis MacKinnon). Journey through the Gaelic year with the Sufi mystic Rumi. This full-text audiobook features Nova Scotia poet Lewis MacKinnon reading his Scottish Gaelic translations of the poetry of Rumi, accompanied by MacKinnon’s original poems for the Gaelic seasons and holidays of Nova Scotia. Poems read aloud by the author in both Gaelic and English intertwine with Persian, Irish, and Scottish traditional and spiritual melodies played by Saeed Foroughi (hammered dulcimer, setar, harp, and flute) and Wayne MacIntyre (guitar).

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