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Bradan Press, founded in 2016, carries on the 180-year tradition of Scottish Gaelic publishing in Nova Scotia, Canada. Bradan means “salmon” in Scottish Gaelic, and refers to the Salmon of Wisdom in Gaelic oral tradition.
Join us on Sunday, September 25th for a Pop Up Gaelic Book Sale at the Cottage Café in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. We will be there from 10am until 2pm selling our books, and we will have some seconds available at discount prices, too. Feel free to purchase a treat and a coffee indoors, and then pop back out to practice your Gaelic and grab some books!
Bradan Press will be in Pictou on Sunday, September 18th at the Ship Hector Passenger Descendants Reunion. We will have lots of Nova Scotia-published Gaelic & English books for sale. Our list of titles includes Iain of New Scotland by Pictou County author Margaret MacKay, with a foreword by Diana Gabaldon – author of the Outlander series!
Bradan Press needs to maximize book sales by September 30, 2022, as there is a sales revenue goal that we have to meet in order to qualify to apply for federal publisher funding from the Canada Book Fund. So, we are having a Fall sale to help reach that goal!
The cover reveal for Angus MacLeod’s new Gaelic graphic novel, DORSAN, forthcoming in September 2022.
Where to find Bradan Press in September through December 2022
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