I bought a book at the weekend and have been reading it in all my spare minutes - 'The Atlantic Celts' by Simon James (1999) (can't remember publisher). It's written from a certainly non-traditional perspective. I should have brought it to work with me so I could give a better description of it, I probably will tomorrow. I think it would be of interest to anyone discussing who the Celts were and are and what defines Celticism - I haven't got so far as to be able to give a synopsis of what he thinks Celticism is, but it is based on culture and language rather than anything else. Has anyone else read it?