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For those who missed it the May 2015 interview by Pete Castle with Brendan Nolan in Facts & Fiction magazine is posted on this site in its entirety. Thank you.
Supplies of a reprinted Dublin Folk Tales are now with the distributors. Dublin Folk Tales was the first published of the Irish county folk tales series from The History Press Ireland It consistently goes in and out of stock in … Continue reading
We lost a great raconteur and writer when Sam McAughtry passed away on March 28, 2014. Sam was a storyteller first and foremost: all his stories were told with great wit and compassion and never failed to enthral the listener. … Continue reading
Delighted to see our Wicklow Folk Tales listed as a bestseller on the publishers new website http://www.thehistorypress.ie Good stories never end. April will see publication of The Little Book of Dublin by the same publisher. http://dublinfolktales.com/book Meanwhile, both Dublin Folk Tales, … Continue reading
Pagan times are not far below the surface in Dublin. Not so long ago, in February, in Brittas, Co Dublin, the Bride Oge was celebrated in honour of St Bridget or, the pagan goddess Bridget, for she was the one … Continue reading
Wicklow Folk Tales was selling well from the Dubray Bookshop in Bray even before the book launch on September 16. Local folklorist and author Ray Cranley launched the latest title in the History Press Ireland series of county titles. Martin Nolan … Continue reading
Verbal Arts Centre in Derry has announced a storytelling training bursary in memory of storyteller Pat Mulkeen. Application is restricted to females, according to the Verbal Arts Centre’s criteria for application. The bursary aims to provide the recipient with the … Continue reading
Every time you tell a story afresh the story plays out to its end. Storytelling is not a recital of a sacred text written by someone who died before you were born and who never knew you, nor you they. … Continue reading
New dates have been added to the storytelling tour page. Please come along and join in. Listeners are always welcome. Here
Wicklow Folk Tales, to be published by History Press Ireland, has gone to print. It will be published , online and in print, in August 2013.