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George W. Macpherson

George W. MacphersonGEORGE W. MACPHERSON is from Skye and has collected traditional stories from the age of three. He has become one the best known traditional storytellers in Scotland. He has been previously published in several magazines and has appeared on TV and radio in the UK (BBC, STV, BSkyB), Australia, Germany (GDR), US History Channel, Japanese television, and has performed and lectured for many prestigious venues and institutions, including: Yale University and the Edinburgh Festival (first ever Scottish storyteller). In 1997/8 he provided the story that opened the Commonwealth Heads of State Convention in Edinburgh. He also appears at the Skye Storytelling Festival and is an annual participant in the Edinburgh Storytelling Festival.

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  1. The Old Grey Magician

    The Old Grey Magician

    A Scottish Fionn Cycle

    George Macpherson

    £7.99

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    The Old Grey Magician is a collection of Scots-Irish folklore surrounding the long-enduring characters of Fionn and his men.
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  2. Highland Myths & Legends

    Highland Myths and Legends

    George W. Macpherson

    £5.99

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    This collection of stories convey the imagination, hopes, fears, and passions of an ancient people. The personalities and culture of people long gone are brought to life by the storyteller's words.
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  3. Celtic Sea Stories

    Celtic Sea Stories

    George W. Macpherson

    £5.99

    Celebration of the importance of the sea in Celtic culture – this unique collection is a testament to the beauty and significance of the sea.
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  4. Celtic Sea Stories

    Celtic Sea Stories

    George W. Macpherson

    £5.99

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    A collection of myths and legends from the past, which the author has gathered throughout his lifetime, along with others written specifically for the collection, to provide an enchanting vision of Scottish life by the sea.
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