Martin works into Celtic stories and philosophy as the main meal of the day, including tellings of Cinderbiter (Hebridean), The Birth of Ossian (Irish), and a very rare rendition of the Invasion Tales of Erin and the Arrival of the Tuatha De Danann, attempted only twice before.
In preparation he asks you to think of a short family story that has intrigued or baffled you over the years, something with a little magic in it. Martin also talks about his recent work editing an anthology of the Irish philosopher John Moriarty, A Hut at the Edge of the Village.
Suggested reading: Marie Heaney Over Nine Waves, John Moriarty Dreamtime, Manchan Magan Thirty Two Words for Field , Martin Shaw & Tony Hoagland Cinderbiter.
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