Useful resources for learning more about medieval Irish literature
The Corpus of Electronic Texts (CELT) from UCC – various texts and translations; often older translations but extremely helpful
Celtic Literature Collective – various translations, again generally older translations because of copyright issues; doesn’t give as extensive bibliographic info as CELT.
eDIL – the Electronic Dictionary of the Irish Language, useful when you want to look up what a specific word really means
CODECS – online resource for Celtic studies, particularly useful for getting bibliographic information about various texts, alternate titles, and manuscript info
eSenchas – resource for studying medieval Irish texts, with manuscript information, eDIL integration, and other background info. Still under development, with only two texts currently available.
ASNC Spoken Word – text, translation, and audio of some medieval texts
Other blogs / material you might enjoy
The Head of Donn Bó – pop culture, medieval literature, and that one medieval Irish Star Wars parody
Vox Hiberoniacum – academia and strong opinions, especially about Patrick
Finn Longman – YouTube channel dedicated to medieval Irish literature, primarily retellings with some more general videos
Fun and memes
Incorrect Ulster Cycle – things the Ulaid didn’t say, but could have done
Gesta Asnacorum – magazine of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic department at the University of Cambridge; much silliness within