Here are the promised links to resources mentioned in the lecture.
Here are the promised links to resources for physical worldbuilding. Best of luck in your writing projects!
Here are the promised links to resources for improving your workflow with technology. Best of luck in your writing projects!
Gathering and Organizing Your Ideas
Here are the promised links to resources for help in structuring your novel along with the three charts presented in the panel. Best of luck in your writing projects!
Language construction is a complex task, requiring a basic understanding of biology, linguistics and culture. Because of that, the ConLangs 101 panel was necessarily abbreviated to cover as much material as possible in the hope that it might point you in some good directions. This resource sheet complements the panel by providing additional charts and links to help you get started.
A Departure from English
In this section of the panel, we talked about the Dothraki language constructed for HBO's Game of Thrones and discussed our own experience with languages other than English.
ConLangs 101 Blog Series Entries
Greetings Workshop Attendees and Friends,
Here is the bibliography for the Introduction to Celtic Languages workshop:
- Ball, M. J., & Müller, N. (2009). The Celtic languages. New York, NY: Routledge.
- O'Rahilly, T. F. (1936). The Goidels and their predecessors. The Sir John Rhys memorial lecture, British Academy, 1935. London: H. Milford.
- O'Rahilly, T. F. (1972). Irish dialects past and present.
- O'Rahilly, T. F. (1946). Early Irish history and mythology. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.
- Russell, P. (1995). An introduction to the Celtic languages. Longman linguistics library. London: Longman.
In addition, here is a list of web site links to various articles of interest mentioned in the Introduction to Celtic Languages workshop. These will open in a new window.
Folklore Genre Series
Introduction to Folklore Genres
What is a myth?
What is a legend?
What is a memorate?
What is a personal experience narrative?
Summer Solstice Newsletter 2019
What is a ballad?
What is a märchen?
What is a fable?
What is a tall tale?
What is a ritual?
Winter Solstice Newsletter 2019
What is a rite of passage?
What is a superstition?
What is a charm?
Folklore & Fiction Supplement: Keeping a Journal in Uncertain Times
What is a curse?
What is a folk custom?
Summer Solstice Newsletter 2020
What is material culture?
What is a conspiracy theory?
What is language and verbal lore?
What is child lore?
What is performance?
Winter Solstice Newsletter 2020
ATU Tale Type Series
Introduction to the ATU Tale Types
ATU 60 "Fox and Crane Invite Each Other"
ATU 365 "The Dead Bridegroom Carries off His Bride"
ATU 780 "The Singing Bone"
ATU 780 "The Singing Bone" Supplement
ATU 852 "Lying Contest"
Summer Solstice Dispatch 2021
ATU 1096 "Sewing Contest"
ATU 1284 "Person Does Not Know Himself" and 1326 "Moving the Church"