On Mon, 2 May 1994, -s93000001-m.erskinerichmond-ccsd-200- wrote:
> INFORMAL (NON-THREATENING) BASIC SURVEY OF CELTIC-L INTERESTS / READERS
> 1. ARE YOU ONE OF OUR 'CELTIC CULTURALISTS' WHO ARE WORKING IN THIS FIELD?
Nope, I'm not a professional.
> b) if you are offering courses (of any description) to do with Celtic
> Cultural issues, not just Welsh, Breton, and Cornish languages,
> literature and history
As an independent researcher on Celtic mythology, I sometimes offer
workshops on aspects of mythology and pre-Christian religions in Seattle.
> 2. ARE YOU ONE OF THE OTHER MEMBERS OF THIS FAMILY -- eg.
> Do you use your Celtic-L contact and interests in other ways (ie. maybe
> you are a writer)? Tell us how you use your connections with our
> interactions here, or how you would like to, if we can help you --- ie.
> b) to gain information towards other / future Celtic Studies,
> c) to socialise with celticists,
> d) to meet prosepective mentors
> e) all other reasons .......... (eg. individual hobbies/interests ..... )
I'm interested in the above. My husband and I write about Celtic
mythology and self-publish books for modern Celtic Pagans. For further
information, send email, as ads are probably not appropriate on the list.
Our micro-press is called:
Preppie Biker Press
Inis Glas Productions
> (Co-owner Celtic-L)
Seattle, WA USA