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Tha Clò a' Bhradain 4 bliadhna a dh'aois! Bradan Press is 4 years old! Thank you to our readers, Comhairle nan Leabhraichean (the Gaelic Books Council), Arts Nova Scotia, ISANS, our Anna Ruadh crowdfunding backers, and everyone else who has supported our business...
Here’s our January update for ANNA RUADH, the first-ever Scottish Gaelic translation of ANNE OF GREEN GABLES.
The Gaelic Books Council in Scotland featured the second book we ever published on a very special list of Gaelic Books Council staff picks of the decade!
Enjoy a holiday-themed, Anne of Green Gables quote: In Gaelic!
Merry Christmas from Bradan Press.
Ràithean airson Sireadh, a poetry collection following the gaelic calendar, is a collection of poems from the poet Rumi, translated into english by Coleman Barks, and into Gaelic by Lewis MacKinnon.
Books make the best gifts. Find your perfect gift this holiday season!
C’est prêt! Voici notre nouveau vidéo qui présente un guide de prononciation des mots gaéliques dans notre livre FIONN MacCOOL ET LE SAUMON DE LA SAGESSE!
Emily McEwan of Bradan Press interviews Lisa Doucet, Anne of Green Gables book collector and a co-manager at Woozles children’s bookstore in Halifax.
To keep up with everything Bradan Press, make sure to follow us on Instagram, @bradanpress. No matter what you look forward to from Bradan Press, Instagram has a bit of everything!We post author news, events, kickstarter updates, throwbacks to old poetry, and...
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.