Patricia ('Pat') Bridson (also known by the Manx form of her name, Padraigin Mylevreeshey) is the former editor of Carn magazine, the official journal of the Celtic League. She took up the post in 1984 and stepped down in 2013. She is the longest serving editor of Carn to date.
- Ellis, Peter Berresford (2002). Celtic Dawn: the Dream of Celtic Unity. Y Lolfa. p. 152. ISBN 978-0-86243-643-8. Retrieved 4 November 2010.
... and Patricia Bridson (issue 46, 1984 onwards). Patricia Bridson, a Manxwoman and teacher, living in Dublin, has been the longest serving editor of Carn to date.Search this book on
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