celtic bases

Philip.Belben at pgen.com Philip.Belben at pgen.com
Thu Sep 9 11:42:31 EDT 1999





>>I think the responses kind of made my point... there are all sorts of
>>fantasies using Wales and Welsh as their basis, but relatively few Scots
>>Gaelic, Cornish or Manx ones.
>
> I find it very hard to think up books off the top of my head.  I'm sure I
> have read some but I can't think of what they're called at all.  Not The
> Isle of Man of course, but Cornish and Scottish.  I've got a Cornish plot
> running through my head at the moment.


Gosh, yes, Cornish.  Not children's, but who wrote the "Lan-Kern" series?

On a similar note, any Romany fantasies around?  Apart from Charles de Lint's
"Mulengro" and [can't remember the author.  Frank Herbert?]'s "Star of the
Gypsies"



Philip.




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