El Libro de Arcilla

“El Libro de Arcilla” es mi primer relato influenciado por esta corriente que me gusta denominar “fantasía neo-terrorífica” y muy emparentado a los Mitos de Chtulu ideados por H.P.Lovecraft.

Los dejo ahora con los personajes y la compañía de un Yo omnisciente que sin desearlo comienza a figurarse que su mundo ha dejado de ser lo normal que era antes. More
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Published: Aug. 15, 2013
Words: 4,310
Language: Spanish
ISBN: 9781301984862
About Eliseo Mauas Pinto

Eliseo Mauas Pinto was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He took knowledge of the Celtic world at the age of twenty motivated by his love for literary and musical subjects. He was the first to introduce the Celtic Harp and Celtic Festivals in Argentina. As a writer, poet, musician and reviewer has published printed books in spanish, galician and asturian languages, enlisting now some new works on eBook formats.

In the month of May 2003, the prestigious Galician folk group "Luar na Lubre" add music to one of his poems. This collaboration is crystallized in April 2004 with the inclusion of this piece on two tracks from the album "Hai un Paraiso" published under the label Warner Music Spain.

On September 2008 created a blogsite of his own named "Celtic Sprite", where music, culture and literature takes place along with the collaboration of musicians and journalists from other countries.

On January 2010 created the Facebook Page "Amigos Celtas" A site intended to spread celtic culture and activities in Spanish, along with local and foreign co-equipers. Surpassing nowadays the number of 6000 followers.

On September 2011 created the Facebook Page "Love of Rhiannon - The Celtic Moon Goddess". A site intended to spread celtic culture and related sources regarding the Moon Goddess in her many aspects.

On May 2012 he began to publish his books which also include his digital artworks for their covers and interior design. Artworks that can be found in high resolution at his "deviantArt/branawen" site amongst many other collaborations and commissioned works.

On June 2013 he associates with the celebrated Asturian writer and reviewer Xurde Morán, and both published the eBook "The Primitive Way between Asturias and Galicia - Road Diary". Besides, he also created and support his personal blog (http://xurdemoran.blogspot.com) and Facebook Pages.

PUBLISHED WORKS

1988 - The work "Correspondences between the Asturian and Galician legends" is published in Asturias, Spain, with the assistance of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Asturias, and the Asturian Celtic League.
1993 - Co-authored with Manuel Castro, the book "Celtic Legacy", the first literary record of contemporary bardic poetry published in Argentina (bilingual edition in Galician / Spanish)
2012 - "Correspondences between the Asturian and Galician legends" (Spanish Edition) (Both on eBook and Paperback Formats)
2012 - "Celtic Heart" eBook
2012 - "The Butterfly Book Of Celtic Poems" eBook
2012 - "The Celtic Moon Goddess" eBook
2012 - "The Celtic Harp" eBook
2013 - "Tangerine Illusions" eBook
2013 - Co-editor of "The Primitive Way between Asturias and Galicia - Road Diary" eBook by Xurde Morán
2013 - "Keltia" - Poetic Anthology 1993/2013 -
2013 - "The Clay Book" - The Miskatonic Chronicles -
2013 - "El Libro de Arcilla" - Cronicas Miskatonicas -

DISCOGRAPHY

1988 - Title "Poitín" cassette edition, Artist "Idem" (independent label) (Argentina)
1996 - Title "Keltoi"- "First Celtic Festival" CD album, Artist "Duir (independent label)
1997 - Title "Mellotron Magazine" - Tape Sampler," Artist "Duir" (Argentina)
1998 - Title "Awen" CD album, Artist "Bran" (Argentina)
1998 - Title "Revista Mellotron - CD Sampler," Artist "Bran" (Argentina)
2001 - Title "Celtica" Magazine - CD Sampler," Artist "Bran" (Italy / Spain)
2002 - Title "Mellotron Magazine" - CD Sampler," Artist "Bran" (Argentina)
2003 - Title "O'Connell's Pub," CD album -Artist "Bran" (Argentina)
2004 - Title "Hai un Paraiso" CD album ,Artist "Luar na Lubre" (Spain / Argentina)
2007 - Title ""Mellotron Magazine" - CD Sampler," Artist "Mauas Pinto / Bollani (Argentina)
2011 - Title "Foggy Dew" a collaboration on this traditional Irish song with the Danish singer "Aoife" for "Peace Partners"

CHRONOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES

1984 - Co-founder with Miguel Cosentino Cormack of the "Sinn Fein" musical duet.
1985 - Co-founder of the Irish musical folk band "Gael Ceolta"
1985 - Collaborated with reviews on Celtic music in the local Irish newspaper "The Southern Cross"
1985 - Organized a "Celtic Festival" at the Fahy Club in Buenos Aires (the second historically, the first held in 1960 at Luna Park in Buenos Aires)
1986 - Co-founder of the Celtic Association of Galician Pipers and their folk band "Poitín"
1988 - The work "Correspondences between the Asturian and Galician legends" is published in Asturias, Spain, with the assistance of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Asturias, and the Asturian Celtic League.
1988 - Took part of the album "Poitín" being the first analog recording in Argentina with Celtic harp and composed original melodies on traditional styles.
1988/9 - Toured with Poitín.
1991/2 - Co-founded the folk band "Lenda Gwyn"
1993 - Co-authored with Manuel Castro, the book "Celtic Legacy", the first literary record of contemporary bardic poetry published in Argentina (bilingual edition in Galician / Spanish)
1993 - Co-founded the folk band "Duir"
1994 - Began to publish reviews on the local "Discover" music magazine
1996 - Began to publish reviews on the local "Mellotron" magazine (www.mellotronweb.com.ar)
1997 - Co-founded the group "Bran", a musical project through which I recaptured the spirit of Celtic traditional tunes with original arrangements inspired by the feelings and appreciation of its members.
1998 - Launched Bran´s album "Awen", the first digital recording in Argentina w/Celtic harp and original melodies on traditional styles
1998/9 - Presentation tour of the album, broadcast in Spain and USA
2001 - Inclusion of two pieces on the CD Sampler of the journal Celtica in both editions (Italian and Spanish)
2002 - Participated with Bran at "The 5th Celtic Meeting" in Santiago de Chile, Republic of Chile.
2003 - Participated with Bran at the "First International Celtic Festival" in Montevideo, Uruguay
2004- Performed as soloist in the "Temperley Celtic Festival"
2004 - Collaborated w/Bran on a show called "Celtic Sound" music and celtic legends, along with the narrator Oscar Orquera and development of Susana Shanahan.
2004 - Toured the country with Bran. Participated as guest musician with the local Irish group "Kells" (www.kells.com.ar) and Galician "Luar na Lubre"(www.luarnalubre.com)
2005 - Toured the country with Bran
2006/2007 - Along with Gabriel Bollani, developmed and edited the "Celtic New Project" Songs of love and hope, instrumentals, treated with virtual acoustic sounds.
2008 - On September of this year I created the blog "Celtic Sprite" A musical perspective on celtic roots and other works.(http:/branawen.blogspot.com)
2010 - On January I created the Facebook Page "Amigos Celtas" A site intended to spread celtic culture and activities in Spanish, along with local and foreign co-equipers.
2011 - On September I created the Facebook Page "Love of Rhiannon - The Celtic Moon Goddess". A site intended to spread celtic culture and related sources regarding the Moon Goddess in her many aspects.
On May 2012 he began to publish his books which also include his digital artworks for their covers and interior design. Artworks that can be found in high resolution at his "deviantArt/branawen" site amongst many other collaborations and commissioned works.
On June 2013 he associates with the celebrated Asturian writer and reviewer Xurde Morán, and both published the eBook "The Primitive Way between Asturias and Galicia - Road Diary". Besides, he also created and support his personal blog (http://xurdemoran.blogspot.com) and Facebook Pages.

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