Here are some links to other folk harp/Celtic sites you might find interesting (I certainly do!)
Mollificent on YouTube (my channel).
Dusty Strings, acoustic music shop and maker of very fine folk harps (including mine!)
Reigning Harps, an invaluable resource for all Puget Sound (and Pacific Northwest) harpers.
Beth Kolle, a Seattle-area harper, flautist, friend and colleague (and composer of the fantastic Sheba's Bellybutton, featured on my album!)
Harper Tasche, another friend, colleague and excellent harper who was especially helpful in mentoring me through my album recording.
Hearth Music, a Seattle agency that works to promote Northwest folk music and musicians.
The Mudcat Café, an absolutely essential resource for any folk musician, and a terrific international community of folk music aficionados.
Sunday's Hornpipe, our very own Seattle-area Celtic music radio show (whose DJs have played my music an almost embarrassing number of times...thanks so much!)
The Thistle and Shamrock, Fiona Ritchie's renowned Celtic music radio show.
Maui Celtic, a website for those of us with roots in both the beautiful islands of Hawai'i (especially Maui) and the islands of Ireland, Scotland and Great Britain. Hamish Burgess, who runs the site, also hosts the Maui Celtic Radio show on Mana'o Radio.
67 Music, a Portland-based PR company specializing in promoting and encouraging traditional/Celtic artists.
Celtic Music Magazine, run by Marc Gunn (aka The Celtfather). Marc also does the much-loved Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, and has been kind enough to feature my music several times.
The Mike Harding Folk Show, a wonderful podcast helmed by Mike Harding his own self--a staple of BBC folk radio for years.
...and, just because: Myrlin A. Hermes, the author whose wonderful novel The Lunatic, the Lover, and the Poet inspired my musical setting of Shakespeare's "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind", featured on my album).