Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Article about the Gaelic in SCOTTISH PRISONER



Here's a fascinating article in the Ottawa Citizen (a Canadian paper) about the use of Scottish and Irish Gaelic in Diana Gabaldon's novel, THE SCOTTISH PRISONER, and specifically focusing on the contributions of Cathy-Ann MacPhee (for the Scottish Gaelic), Kevin Dooley (for the Irish Gaelic), and my friend Cathy MacGregor, who helped bring them all together.

Kudos to Cathy, Cathy-Ann, and Kevin!  And thanks to Anne-Marie (aka @phoeniciana) for posting the link on Twitter, otherwise I'm sure I would never have seen it. <g>

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