Without Mary's phenomenal work collecting Celtic Literature for her Celtic Encyclopedia and the Celtic Literature Collective at www.maryjones.us, we probably wouldn't have been able to make the show. Not only has she provided us with much of the hard to obtain source material we needed, she has also shown us considerable personal support. Thank you Mary :)
Since 1998, I've collected as many classical and medieval Celtic texts as are available, or at least providing links to them on other sites. Since 2003, my second project on the site has been the Celtic Encyclopedia, which will hopefully become a decent internet resource for people researching the subject matter. There are other projects, of course, and you can find links to them on the right.
To view some pages properly, you need to download two fonts: the comprehensive unicode font Code2000 and Andron Scriptor W1, which will display the medieval characters found in some of the manuscripts I've (attempted to) reproduce here. On computers using Vista, you may need 7-Zip to unzip the Code2000 file, as it's about 7MB, which the built-in zip program won't handle. Hooray for Windows 7+.
Some example pages from Mary's website.