My friend John Willmott has been hosting online Sunday Sessions, in Irish folklore and traditions. Upcoming topics will include poetry, snakes, corvids, Samhain (Halloween).
I missed the session about Apples last week, and although yesterday's session was about the Ogham, he invited me to read a poem I recently wrote, as an apple addendum.
I have to say that before watching John's presentation, I wasn't all that interested in Ogham stones. They seem like nothing more than a man scribbling his name in public, the same old thing whether in gold or spray paint. But John has a way of collecting complicated, controversial theories in Irish culture, and always, always, bringing it down to trees.