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RESCHEDULED: The book launch for the Gaelic graphic novel Ròs Fiadhaich has been rescheduled. Please note the new date below. The time and location remain the same. Chì sinn ann sibh! / See you there! NEW DATE: Saturday, October 30thTime: 2:00pm AtlanticLocation: The Cottage Cafe – An Teachín, DartmouthClick here to RSVP on Facebook! Bradan Press is launching the new Gaelic graphic novel Ròs Fiadhaich, a translation of the English indy comic book series Wild Rose written by award-winning Halifax romance novelist Nicola R. White. For more details about the graphic novel, visit our website. Join us as at The Cottage Cafe - An Teachín, 300 Prince Albert Road, in Paddler's Cove on the shore of Lake Banook in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Bradan Press News
Iain of New Scotland author Margaret MacKay was interviewed in the Pictou Advocate newspaper of Pictou County, Nova Scotia, about her new book and the contribution made by Outlander author Diana Gabaldon in writing a foreword for the book.
Enjoy photos and news from the Iain of New Scotland book launch in Pictou, Nova Scotia.
We are now accepting preorders for autographed copies of Angus MacLeod’s new Gaelic graphic novel, Ás a’ Chamhanaich!
The Gaelic Books Council announced the winners of The Gaelic Literature Awards 2021 in an online event on September 16th, having announced the shortlists for the awards in August. We are happy to have had Anna Ruadh make the shortlist for Best Book for Children/Youth, and we would like to extend a big congratulations to Catrìona Lexy Chaimbeul on winning with her wonderful book, Òran mo Sheanar.
Featuring a tale as told by Cape Breton Gaelic tradition bearer Mickey “John H.” MacNeil, edited by Dr. Shamus Y. MacDonald, and illustrated by Gaelic artist Emily MacDonald.
Please join us as we celebrate the launch of Ás a’ Chamhanaich, the first Gaelic graphic novel ever to be written originally in Gaelic and to be illustrated by a Gaelic-speaking artist, featuring the spectacular black-and-white art and original stories of Angus MacLeod of Goose Cove, Cape Breton.
Join us as at The Cottage Cafe in Dartmouth as we celebrate the launch of Ròs Fiadhaich, a Gaelic graphic novel which is a translation of the English comic book series Wild Rose by award-winning Halifax romance novelist Nicola R. White!
Today we look back on a video by Bradan Press Author Terri Roberts and President Dr. Emily McEwan teaching us the Gaelic words and corresponding actions featured in Fionn MacCool and the Salmon of Knowledge.
Today we are taking a look back to November 2018 when we released this fun, cautionary promotional video for our Tattoo Handbook series.
As we launched G airson Gàidheal last month, we had the opportunity to be featured on a variety of local news programs to speak a little bit about the book and celebrate the English, French, and Gaelic versions that have now been published.
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