By Land, By Sea Celtic races seemed to take naturally to living by or on the sea. In fact, many of their legends involve sea creatures, and even conquest of land by sea. We take a very diverse look at this theme with authors from Australia, Poland, Scotland, Ireland, Canada and the U.S., this issue. Simply click on the image to the left and it will take you to all of our 2014 issues. Earlier issues can be accessed using the tabs above for 2012, 2013 and 2014.
To contact us, send an email to: celticguide (at) gmail.com We've adjusted the email address slightly, here, to foil the spamming community. We began out third year with 42,082 website hits on our counter and jumped to 54, 015 as of this August upload. Also, we have a healthy 13,244 Facebook 'likes'! We often get a weekly reach of upwards of 10 - 30,000 on Facebook, and so we know the readership is strong both there and on this website. We are back on Pinterest now, too, and have added to our free music tab. Things are humming along.
We've had authors from the U.S., Canada, Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, Portugal, Poland, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. With this, we are covering pretty much the entire Celtic World in some respect or another. We've also been helpful to groups in South Africa, South America, and Romania, with their own Celtic-Norse-Pict projects.
This is our 32nd issue – all of them celebrating Celtic heritage. Enjoy!