Tag Archives: Irish myth

The Tale of Bally-mac-Buan III… Stuart France

* …Many years later, in the reign of Art-mac-Conn, at the festival of Samhuin, the Master Poets came to the feast, as was their custom, and they brought their tablets of poetry with them. When king Art saw the tablets … Continue reading

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The Tale of Bally-mac-Buan II… Stuart France

* …Afterwards the same uncanny man went to the south and accosted Elaine as she was resting from her travels in a sun-trap. “From whence do you come and where are you heading, unknown?” said Elaine. “From the mouth of … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Dubh agus Bán – C. Foley’s Writing Blog

I recently discovered Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt Challenge, and was inspired by this week’s photo to produce this piece! Note: Dubh agus Bán is Irish for Black and White Dubh Agus Bán 1,140 “Things were never as black and … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Paul Andruss – PSYCHOPOMP

The first in a series of guest posts by author Paul Andruss… Have you ever wondered what a psychopomp was? What do you mean no! If you think the fact you just don’t care is ever going to stop me, … Continue reading

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Grá mo Chroí – Celebrate St Patrick’s day… Free on Kindle!

Grá mo Chroí Love Stories from Irish Myth Ali Isaac & Jane Dougherty I would like to thank Sue Vincent for inviting us (Jane Dougherty and Ali Isaac) to talk about Grá mo Chroí. So here goes, in time for … Continue reading

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