Posts tagged ‘tales from old ireland’


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This week’s podcast comes from the book Tales from Old Ireland. In “The Twelve Wild Geese,” a Queen wants a daughter so badly, she offers to give up her twelve sons. An old woman turns the sons to geese as punishment for the selfish wish, but Princess Bevin is determined to save her brothers from their feathery fate. Tune in to find out if she can keep quiet for five years while she weaves twelve shirts!


Thank you to everyone who left a comment and entered the contest, we loved hearing from you! Congratulations to Amber Guillet, our winner. This contest is now closed, please stay tuned for more!

This week’s podcast comes from our anthology Tales from Old Ireland. In “Lusmore and the Faeries,” a man with a hump on his back enchants the faeries of Knockgrafton when he improves upon a song he overhears them singing. As a reward for his creativity and kindness, they remove the hump on his back. Be sure to tune in to see what happens when Jack Madden, a grumpy man, tries to trick the faeries into removing his own hump, and read on for a chance to win!


Thank you to everyone who left a comment and entered the contest, we loved hearing from you! Congratulations to Julia M. Chiarella-Genoni, our winner. This contest is now closed, please stay tuned for more!

In “Fair, Brown and Trembling,” one of the stories in our Tales from Old Ireland anthology collection, Fair and Brown keep their youngest sister Trembling locked inside their house working all the time, fearing that she will get a husband before the two of them. Be sure to tune in to find out if Trembling finds a way to escape her life of toil, and read on for a chance to win!