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The NESAT is still lingering on for me, not only because I got new ideas and new contacts that I have not yet followed up on completely – it also is still lingering as I need to finish my paper … Continue reading

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I’ve learned that my book “Kleidung im Mittelalter” is currently out of print… which is, in a way, good news (because that means it has sold all its copies, obviously) but, on the other hand, bad news (because it’s out … Continue reading

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Today’s blog post is different – but in case you need some editing done, it is hopefully also helpful: My friend and co-author Gillian Polack, known for a list of books both fiction and non-fiction, has an unexpected opening in … Continue reading

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I’m not entering a title, though. I’m not. Because today is somehow… weird. I did manage to get a stack of stuff done, most of it in preparation for the next fairs, but I’m still feeling way behind, and would … Continue reading

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I’m back home from the forum lanarum, which was lovely – there were lots of very nice visitors, the organisers were incredibly well-organised and nice and helpful, the workshop room had plenty of tables and was light and spacious, and … Continue reading

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The sun is shining, we’ve been promised the hottest day in June today, the car is mostly cleared out of things from the weekend, and I’m utterly busy prepping for the next weekend. There’s a lot of odds and ends … Continue reading

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Before I drift off into the blissfulness of the holidays, with nothing to do but hang out with loved ones, have yummy food and too much caffeinated hot beverages and the other usual silliness that accompanies this season, one more … Continue reading

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