Introducing Book One of the Celtic Pocket Guides Series, Irish Myths in Your Pocket: A Tiny Little Book About Irish Legends, Folklore, & Fairytales for Impressing Friends & Family on St. Patrick’s Day and Other Special Occasions
The legacy of St. Patrick is a combination of fact and fiction, history and fantasy. These are the most popular books that tell his story.
In this corner, the Hound of Ulster himself, the Irish Achilles, Cú Chulainn. And in this corner, the leader of the Fianna, hero of the Fenian Cycle, Fionn mac Cumhaill. Let’s get ready to rumble!
We all know that Dracula was based on Vlad the Impaler, right? Turns out there’s a lot more to the story
An in-depth history of the Dullahan and how he may (or may not) have influenced Washington Irving’s headless horseman
Where do jack-o’-lanterns come from? Learn about their Irish origins in this deep dive
Werewolves are a staple of Irish folklore. Learn how a Kilkenny-based cartoon studio brought them to life in the gorgeous film WolfWalkers.
Popular beliefs about the ancient Celts are plagued by pseudoarchaeology. It’s time to clear a few things up.
A short story based on the Irish legend of St. Brendan the Navigator, who (possibly) reached the Americas in the sixth century
Demystifying the meanings of mythology, legend, folklore, and fairytale, especially as they pertain to Irish storytelling traditions