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Here’s a nerdy numbers update on our Scottish Gaelic translation of Anne of Green Gables for November 2019!
Happy All Saint’s Day! Today, enjoy a poem from our Gaelic Poetry collection, Ràithean airson Sireadh / Seasons for Seeking by Lewis MacKinnon.
Enjoy this seasonal poetry excerpt from Lewis MacKinnon’s Ràithean airson Sireadh / Seasons for Seeking.
Enjoy a fall poem by Rumi, translated into English by Coleman Barks, and then into Gaelic by Lewis MacKinnon.
We’re already starting to make plans for the launch of Anna Ruadh.
We love to look back on this Gaelic milling song from the launch of Ràithean Airson Sireadh/Seasons for Seeking!
We wanted to share a little bit more behind the scenes this month as editing is in progress for the first half of the translation!
In Ràithean airson Sireadh / Seasons for Seeking, you have the opportunity to journey through the Celtic year with the Sufi Mystic Rumi.
We are so excited about the progress of Anna Ruadh so far! We have received the funds you all so graciously donated, the translator has received a deposit, and the work is well underway.The finished manuscript will go through multiple stages of editing and...
Bradan Press author Terri M Roberts, Author & Educator will be giving a presentation on “Fionn MacCool: Gaelic Language and Storytelling.”
If you missed the Ràithean airson Sireadh / Seasons for Seeking book launch concert at the Seahorse in November 2017, you will NOT want to miss this special concert!
Bradan Press author Dr. Emily McEwan will be a featured guest speaker at the New Hampshire Highland Games this coming weekend!
Teachers, Unit Guiders, and youth activity group leaders: Fionn MacCool and the Salmon of Knowledge by Terri M. Roberts is available in both English and French, in paperback and e-book formats!
Lisa Doucet, a children’s bookstore manager in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is an avid collector of all things Anne. In fact, Lisa was the one who first suggested that Bradan Press translate Anne of Green Gables into Gaelic!