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Coming Soon: Faust

On 28th October, Digital Periodicals (the Victorian Gothic department of Hic Dragones) will be launching the first issue of George Reynolds's 1847 penny dreadful Faust. The eBook serial will be published...
From: She-Wolf on 2 Oct 2016

Tracing Proverbs

We see on the blank recto evidence of tracing the image on the verso. John Lowden discusses this at length in his study of the Bible Moralisées. Emblèmes bibliques, volume comprenant la fin...
From: Manuscript Art on 24 Sep 2016

Kant in King Arthur's Court: Charges of Anachronism in Book Reviews

[Check out this important guest post on academic book reviews.There are two parts: 1. a problem; and 2. a way forward. - ITM co-bloggers]"Unicorn" [yosuke muroya; original photo via Creative Commons]Kant...
From: In the Middle on 24 Aug 2016

Word of the Month: body-parts ‘canel’, ‘canole’, ‘eskanel’, ‘chanel’, and which is which?

Part of the current revision process of the Anglo-Norman Dictionary (www.anglo-norman.net) is the provision of (live) links to other relevant dictionaries for every single entry. This places all Anglo-Norman...
From: Anglo-Norman words on 30 Jun 2016

Call For Submissions: Into the Woods (anthology)

From magical places steeped in mysticism to evil foreboding places of unspeakable terror, the forest is a place of secrets, a place of knowledge, a place of death, and a place of life. But it is also a...
From: She-Wolf on 16 Mar 2016

Call for Submissions: Nothing (anthology)

Bleak landscapes, empty hearts, insignificant lives, dystopian futures, extinction, limbo, uncertainty, death. A beautiful void or a horrific state of being. The simple complexity of nothingness.Submissions...
From: She-Wolf on 8 Mar 2016

Ypres, 1482

I wish this photo were sharper in order to appreciate the detail in the shingles and the arabesques.Staatsarchiv – Brugge, pol. oorkonde, 1e reeks, nr. 1186 (June 10th 1482). © Photo by Jesse...
From: Manuscript Art on 17 Jan 2016

Flying Solo on the Word Wild Web

  I have had a website on medieval paleography and written culture up and running for around 15 years now, with my email contact on it. This blog has been running for a few years. A Flickr site has...
From: Dianne's Medieval Writing on 23 Aug 2015

Peter walking on water

Compare the composition with the panel painting by Konrad Witz Missale Trecense. Source: gallica.bnf.fr Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Latin 865A, page 435.
From: Manuscript Art on 4 Jul 2015

OUT NOW: She-Wolf: A Cultural History of Female Werewolves (Manchester University Press, 2015)

edited by Hannah PriestShe-Wolf explores the cultural history of the female werewolf, from her first appearance in medieval literature to recent incarnations in film, television and popular literature....
From: She-Wolf on 21 Apr 2015

Let Us Now Stand Up for Bastards: The Importance of Illegitimate Publics

by EILEEN JOYI recently had the great pleasure and honor of participating in the recent symposium, "Disrupting DH," convened under the auspices of GWU's Digital Humanities Institute, managed by Jonathan...
From: In the Middle on 11 Feb 2015

Finishing the casting off so it is nice and shiny

A quick foreward to this post – I originally did some “lets see what happens when I try some methods of finishing castings off that I think they might have used” last year, about 5 minutes...
From: My medieval foundry on 9 Feb 2015

#GWDH15 and Embodied Digital Communities: Openness, Danger, Care

by JONATHAN HSY[First read JEFFREY’s moving postabout loss and spaces of care.]GW Digital Humanities Symposium 2015: DISRUPTING DH (poster by Shyama Rajendran).[Click image to enlarge]Dear ITM readers:...
From: In the Middle on 6 Feb 2015

OUT NOW: European Monsters (Fox Spirit, 2014)

Edited by Margrét Helgadóttir and Jo ThomasBlurb:They lurk and crawl and fly in the shadows of our mind. We know them from ancient legends and tales whispered by the campfire. They hide under the dark...
From: She-Wolf on 29 Jan 2015

The Cost of Publishing: Image Permissions and the Early Career Manuscript Scholar

Image: Richard Kickbush, http://cameraworks.com.au/ Back in April 2014, I wrote a blog post entitled ‘Permissions and the Postgraduate: What You Need to Know About Reproducing Images’. I’ve...
From: The Scribe Unbound on 15 Jan 2015

Victorian Gothic Treats for Halloween

It's Halloween, and what better way to celebrate than with a bit of Victorian Gothic?Hic Dragones is having a one-day sale of complete collections of 3 excellent penny dreadfuls, perfect reading for...
From: She-Wolf on 31 Oct 2014

OUT NOW: Hauntings: An Anthology (Hic Dragones, 2014)

A memory, a spectre, a feeling of regret, a sense of déjà vu, ghosts, machines, something you can’t quite put your finger on, a dark double, the long shadow of a crime, your past, a city’s past,...
From: She-Wolf on 1 Aug 2014

OUT NOW: Prison Service Journal (July 2014, No. 214)

Special Edition: The Prison and the PublicContentsEditorial Comment: The Prison and the PublicDr Alana Barton and Dr Alyson BrownReview of ‘The Prison and the Public’ Conference, Edge Hill University,...
From: She-Wolf on 26 Jul 2014

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