Celtica or Celtic Studies Commerce

The dissertation is proceeding, though its progress is directly related to an increase in my loathing for Microsoft Word. I’ve taken the plunge into full-fledged commerce, and have created an Amazon-based “shop,” Celtica. I know, it’s crass, and I’ve already added Google ads, but the more popular my site gets, the more it’s costing me. I know many of you have already clicked on ads or bought items from Amazon using my links, and I do appreciate your support. On the brighter side, for people who like to shop, the Celtica link does make it a bit easier to simply browse.

Linkage

I’m sure you’ve noticed some changes in the links, over there on the left. Julius Caesar is, alas, on hiatus, though I suspect the real reason is that the Celts of Gaul proved more rebellious than he expected ;). The Spouse has begun to post regular snarky meta reviews of Entertainment Week, and my friend Glenn finally has a blog. Celtica Studica is doing a much better job than I am of posting about current Celtic archaeology. Last but not least, Kip Manley in City of Roses has taken traditional Celtic and fey lore and created a new urban fantasy serial.