A first solo collection of poems in Cornish and English by a bard of the Cornish Gorsedh and regular performer with fellow poet and musician Bert Biscoe as Dew Vardh.
MOWTH ON UN LIKE DOLCOATH SHAFT by Pol Hodge
Author of a number of published books, covering travels and autobiography, Penelope Tremayne has also been a lifelong poet. This volume of poetry contains 90 examples of her writing.
POEMS FROM THE VINEYARD by Penelope Tremayne
A lovely collection of dialect verse from mid-Cornwall, with sound metres and easy readability - not always the case!
ROCHE RHYMES AND OTHER VERSE by K C Phillipps
A valuable contribution to the Cornish language's early years of revival. The book includes facsimiles of Walling's magazine, 'An Houlsedhas', produced in 3 issues, from his sick bed in WW1, and never before seen by the public. There is a translation and notes by Cornish language bard, Stephen Gadd, and a biography by former Grand Bard, Ann Trevenen Jenkin.
SCRYFER, ROBERT VICTOR WALLING 1895-1976, BARD AND JOURNALIST by Ann Trevenen Jenkin & Stephen Gadd
A great tale of romance, adventure and seafaring, an engrossing novel based upon the author's first-hand knowledge of Padstow in north Cornwall.
SPARGO'S CONFESSION by Donald Rawe
An amusing children's story book of Steren's doggy life, illustrated in colour throughout with captions in Cornish and English.
STEREN AN KOLYN KERNOW - STEREN THE CORNISH PUPPY by Ann Trevenen Jenkin
Contemporary Cornish poetry by Bert Biscoe, Patric Cunnane, Bob Devereux, Pol Hodge, Sue Johns, and Agnes Meadows, some in English, some in Cornish.
TIME FOR SONG - TERMYN RAG KAN
The third in the Lyonesse Stone Trilogy, tales for the young, where Penny, John and Ben Trevelyan strive to defend Cornwall from the looming threat of disaster.
TINNERS' WAY by Craig Weatherhill
A collection of Bert Biscoe's poetry centred upon his home city: "An intriguing no punches pulled, assessment of Cornwall's only city" (Donald Rawe); "the work of a poet who cares with an unfailing passion about the land he belongs to.." (Agnes Meadows); " ...a book of reflections, from the flowing waters of the three rivers..." (Keith Spurgin).  The writer is an 'Old Cornwall' member and bard of the Cornish Gorsedh.
Reduced! TRURRA! by Bert Biscoe
Book and CD - A collection of free verse poems with Par themes, illustrated with photographs by Ainsley Cocks and Steve Colwill.
Reduced! WHITE CRUSTED EYES - TALES OF PAR by Bert Biscoe
Probably the fullest collection of poems in Cornish published to date. Written by a Past Grand Bard of the Cornish Gorsedh. Parallel translations in English are provided.
WORM'S FOLLY, POEMS IN CORNISH by Mick Paynter
A useful littleCornish phrase book which offers words and phrases for many different times and places. Originally published by the Federation of 'Old Cornwall' Societies, and wriiten by member and Cornish bard, Edwin Chirgwin, it has been usefully reissued and edited by E F Climo.
YN KERNEWEK LAVAR E! SAY IT IN CORNISH! by Edwin Chirgwin

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The items in Shop Two are listed in 5 sequences:  

 

Page 1 - Music and dance

Includes folksong and dance, Cornish carols,

and books about Cornish music and musicians.

 

Pages 1-3 - Language and literature

Creative writing by Cornwall's novelists and poets, Cornish language and dialect - grammar, vocabulary & stories,

listed A-Z by title.

 

Pages 3-5 - 'Old Cornwall'

Here we offer the current volume's numbers of the twice-yearly journal of the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies.  Most earlier issues are also available. To find

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Pages 5-6 - CDs & DVDs, listed A-Z by title.

 

Page 6 - Badges & serviettes.

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