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THE LIST MAGAZINE 2005
TOP 100 GREATEST
SCOTTISH BOOKS EVER

An Oidhche on the list...

The List Magazine 2005 - vote here
Vote Angus Peter number one here!
Kelman, Welsh, Orwell, Kesson, McIlvanney, MacLaverty and Campbell... who's produced the greatest work? We think it might just be Campbell. See the top 100 here

An Oidhche Mus Do Sheol Sinn on the list - nice one, AP.

And his new novel might just be even better...

"Even better than his first novel An Oidhche Mus Do Sheol Sinn, something I found hard to believe, given the strength of the first work"
John Ailig MacPherson, 2004


La a' Deanamh Sgeil Do La
(Day Speaketh Unto Day)
His second novel - info here

Paper | 136mm x 203mm | 288pp
ISBN 1-900901-12-9 | 14 October 2004
Published by CLAR | Ur-Sgeul
8.99
Club price only 7.65



Angus Peter Campbell - 2004
Listen exclusively to Angus Peter Campbell reading his new novel Exclusive - listen to Angus Peter Campbell reading his new novel
Angus Peter reading La a' Deanamh Sgeil Do La
MP3 - streaming (59 seconds) here


Or download the MP3 (0.4 MB)extract from Chapter One - read by Angus Peter

With thanks to Paracas Media for this.

A visionary work, already commended by Meg Bateman, Roger Hutchison, Mary Ann Kennedy and Wilson MacLeod. Launched to an audience of nearly 150 people at the Royal National Mod in Perth, on 14 October 2004. Watch this space for a report.


BUY THE BOOK - get your own personal copy now!


ATH-AITHNE - THE CDs!

CD VERSION FOR 2004


SALTIRE WINNER 2003

Martin MacIntyre
Published by CLAR
Info on Ath-Aithne CDs here
16.00 Club price only 13.60



Ath-Aithne CD cover

Listen to sample Ath-Aithne 
MP3s here
Sample Track 1 - Blasadh Air Beatha - read in Gaelic by Simon MacKenzie (credits include TOSG Theatre Company)
Listen here - MP3 FORMAT - streaming - 58 seconds (sample) Or download it here (0.4 MB)

Sample Track 2 - Geamaichean-Gaoil - read in Gaelic by Anna KC NicLeoid (credits include BBC Alba)
Listen here - MP3 FORMAT - streaming - 1 min 23 seconds (sample) Or download it here (0.6 MB)

More samples here


The CDs - read by a team of pros, including: Simon MacKenzie (TOSG Theatre Company), Anna KC MacLeod, Carina MacLeod, David Walker, Anna Sinclair, Martin MacIntyre, Suzie Greenwood, Kenny MacRae, Father John Angus MacDonald and Mairead Ross. Get the new CD Box set here

EXCLUSIVE CONVERSATION
Aonghas MacNeacail talks exclusively with Martin MacIntyre - the first in 3 installments - Gaelic - you can listen on-line (MP3 file, 2mins 15s)

Why Ath-Aithne?
Listen now (streaming)

Or download it (1.03MB)
Do you need a player?

get Windows Media Player here

The creative process - how did Martin produce such startlingly good stories?

- Listen now (streaming) - 8 mins 3s. Or download it (3.68MB)

PRESS COVERAGE
Ur-Sgeul and Ath-Aithne have got plenty of press
- get the latest press coverage

BUY THE BOOK - get Ath-Aithne for yourself


Listen to Duncan Gillies, Domhnall Ruadh (Donald Smith or Rusty as he is known, Joy Dunlop and Mark Wringe talking about the book now -STREAMING! Listen to Duncan Gillies, Domhnall Ruadh (Donald Smith or Rusty as he is known), Joy Dunlop and Mark Wringe talking about the book now. Exclusive interview! Big thanks to Leugh an Leabhar - BBC Alba.


Or download the MP3 (2.3MB)

Secure Ordering Facilities Order Tocasaid here -
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Over 60 people attended the launch of Tocasaid Ain Tuirc in Glasgow on Friday 11 June. BBC Radio nan Gaidheal Leugh an Leabhar featured an excellent interview with the author, recorded at the event -this is exclusively available here, courtesy of Leugh an Leabhar - click on Audio above.

More info on the book

Info on the author

Exclusive review by Aonghas MacNeacail

8.99 Club price only 7.65


Duncan Gillies, and specially commissioned cake! At the Tocasaid launch, 11 June 2004.  In background, Jo Macdonald, Ur-Sgeul Committee






THE LIST 2005
TOP 100 GREATEST SCOTTISH BOOKS - EVER!
An Oidhche is on their list - the only Gaelic book to do it.

BOOK OF THE YEAR 2004
Saltire Society - Shortleet

BBC BEST EVER GAELIC BOOK 2004


An Oidhche Mus Do Sheol Sinn
by Angus Peter Campbell

On shortleet for Saltire Society Book of the Year 2004, and BBC Alba Best Gaelic Book Ever Finalist 2004 (the best ever Gaelic book you have read). This classic novel has received widespread critical acclaim. This is a great work by a great author.

More info on the book here

Want an author insight? Angus Peter Campbell tells all!

Or better still, buy it now!
cover - An Oidhche Mus Do Sheol Sinn

8.99 Club price only 7.65

Listen to An Oidhche Mus Do Sheol Sinn explained - STREAMING! Listen now to the book explained on the BBC in Gaelic (1 minute 10 seconds) - Gilbert MacMillan and Chrissie Lawson - BBC Radio nan Gaidheal - with thanks to the Beeb

Or download the MP3 (138KB)



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An Oidhche Mus Do Sheol Sinn

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