The Celtic Otherworld

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Product Details

Price
$5.99
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
July 08, 2015
Pages
104
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.25 X 9.0 inches | 0.36 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781514881804
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About the Author

Eliseo Mauas Pinto was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and took knowledge of the Celtic world at the age of twenty motivated by his love for literary and musical subjects. He was the first to introduce the Celtic Harp and Celtic Festivals in Argentina. As a writer, musician, poet, and reviewer has edited Cd albums and published printed books in Spanish, Galician and Asturian languages, enlisting now some new works on Ebook formats. In the month of May 2003, the prestigious Galician folk group "Luar na Lubre; add music to one of his poems. This collaboration is crystallized in April 2004 with the inclusion of this piece on two tracks from the album "Hai un Paraiso" published under the label Warner Music Spain. On September 2008 created a blogsite of his own called "Celtic Sprite", where music, culture and literature takes place along with the collaboration of musicians and journalists from other countries. On January 2010 created the Facebook Page "Amigos Celtas", a site intended to spread celtic culture and activities in Spanish, along with local and foreign co-equipers. Surpassing nowadays the number of 15000 followers. On September 2011 created the Facebook Page "Love of Rhiannon - The Celtic Moon Goddess", a site intended to spread celtic culture and related sources regarding the Moon Goddess in her many aspects. On May 2012 he began to publish his books which also include his digital artworks for their covers and interior design. Artworks that can be found in high resolution at his deviantArt personal gallery amongst many other collaborations and commissioned works. On June 2013 he associates with the celebrated Asturian writer and reviewer Xurde MorΓ‘n, and both published the eBook "The Primitive Way between Asturias and Galicia - Road Diary". Besides, he also created and support his personal blog (http: //xurdemoran.blogspot.com) and Facebook Pages.