• Conferences

    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. Buy me a Coffee! If you find this post…

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    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.