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Lesson 36

Once again, I apologize for not getting a post up on Monday, and I’m going to tell you right now that I don’t expect to get one up on Friday. 350 more words

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Christmas is Coming! Here is a Medieval Christmas gift from me to you!

It is the festive season, and the medieval world has a lot to give! So this year, I’m spreading the Christmas Joy medieval-style with the 9 funniest medieval manuscript illuminations! 177 more words

(346) PMM M.88

This manuscript psalter-hours for the use of Metz (Hours of the Virgin, Office of the Dead) was written and illuminated in France, probably Metz, between 1370 and 1380. 171 more words


Quick. Someone smack me.

I’ve been a bad writer. And a bad blogger. I am appropriately shamed, have no worries.

My excuse is that I’ve been busy job searching and learning my way around a new state. 254 more words


Wet and Windy Patagonia

We had a few days to recover both mentally and physically from the drama that was climbing a volcano before getting back on the road and heading further south, sad to be leaving Pucon behind. 551 more words


Trinity Carol Roll

The Trinity Carol Roll (MS O.3.58), a parchment scroll over six feet long, is the earliest source for English polyphonic carols. Dating from the early 15th century in East Anglia, the roll contains words and musical notation on a five line stave for thirteen carols in Middle English and Latin. 296 more words


An Excerpt from "Is the Bar Open Seating?"

My newest novel-in-the-works, Is the Bar Open Seating?, is going to be a crass, semi-autobiographical work with Bukowski influences. Below is an excerpt from the opening chapter, Nice to Fucking Meet You. 106 more words