Monday, May 31, 2010

Brigit and Celtic Libraries on LibraryThing

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  • Mael Brigde has a small library listing there which includes books on Brigit as well as more general Celtic and Celtic Reconstructionist items. Numerous other folk have far larger libraries containing many books related to these topics. Groups such as Irish & Celtic Studies (For researchers and interested parties, whether formally academic or amateur enthusiasts... anything related to Irish/Celtic study or living is welcome!) and Irish Mythology provide places to ask questions and share information. Start your own group if what you are looking for isn't provided.

    If you glance to the left of this posting you will find a LibraryThing widget that shows the covers of a few of the books in Mael Brigde's library.

    She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain. (1873)
    ~ Louisa May Alcott ~

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