Apologies for this self-announcement. I wanted to mention a book unworthily just out this week that might be of interest to some on this list, of which I'm a respectful silent follower, but not register otherwise due to its more general title and series. "Strange Beauty: Ecocritical Approaches to Early Medieval Landscape," in Palgrave Macmillan's New Middle Ages series, focuses heavily on early Irish literature and culture. For anyone interested, a description of it is at:
Hopefully anyone rash enough to want to read it can find it at the library or by interlibrary loan, given the price, but Barnes and Noble online has it discounted already.
Alfred K. Siewers
Associate Professor, English Dept.
Coordinator, Nature and Human Communities Initiative
Lewisburg PA 17837