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So what else is there to tell about my Dublin adventures? There was a talk about medieval textiles and textile crafts, which was very well received according to what I heard afterwards. I had the pleasure of sharing that panel … Continue reading

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I mentioned badge ribbons in yesterday’s post, and some of you may have wondered what that is. This is one of the things I was introduced to back in London, at my first WorldCon, and I had so much fun … Continue reading

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Dublin was… exciting, and wonderful, even though getting there was a tiny bit scary – I knew I’d be travelling alone, and taking two large suitcases. Plus a backpack. Plus a handbag… maxing out my luggage allowance on all counts. … Continue reading

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This November, I’ll be giving a presentation about embroidery at the Nobilitas-Akademie – an event for people doing Living History to meet and learn about a variety of topics. It will take place in Korbach from November 4 to November … Continue reading

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I have told you about the people, the podcasts, my presentation… but not, yet, about the books. As was to be expected, there were a lot of books at LonCon, at various places. There was a library where everybody was … Continue reading

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LonCon was lovely, as I already told you. Unfortunately, as announced on the LonCon website, the next two worldcons will both be in the US of A – way, way too far away for me to go. (Seems that there … Continue reading

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As I already hinted: it was wonderful at LonCon. That was not only my first WorldCon, but also my first convention ever, and I started full speed ahead – with a dealer’s table and a one-hour presentation about medieval textile … Continue reading

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