Q&A with the Irish @aliisaac_ & @MJDougherty33 Discussing their latest collaboration.

I hope you enjoy this excellent interview. Jane Dougherty and Ali Isaac talk about their latest collaboration.

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Grá mo Chroí: Love Stories from Irish Myth

 

Long ago in a green island surrounded by protective mists, a people lived among the relics of a bygone age of which they knew nothing, not being archaeologists, but around whom they created a mythology. They were a volatile people, easily moved to love or war, and motivated by a strict sense of honour. They had women warriors and handsome lovers, wicked queens and cruel kings, precious heroines and flawed heroes. Magic was in the air, beneath the ground, and in the waves of the sea, and hyperbole was the stuff of stories. They were the Irish, and these are a few retellings of some of their beautiful stories.

RW – How did the two of you connect to collaborate on Grá mo Chroí: Love Stories from ali isaac jane doughertyIrish Myth?

Ali – We had already become friends through our blogs. I had this idea of re-telling stories from Irish…

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  1. Blog awards aren’t for everyone one, but you have inspired me and I’ve nominated you for an award. Please take a look when have a chance, at The ToiBox of Words. Thanks.

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