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Accidents of History

Published on The Inkling on the 8th of November 2015

‘Digging has never been a modernist gesture.’ Abigail Reynolds[i]

The artist Abigail Reynolds’ work employs collage, historically using illustrated book plates which she cuts, manipulates and reassembles, creating new adjacencies, forms and narratives. 1,171 more words


Alone with Mr. Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Variation, by Abigail Reynolds – A Review

From the desk of Kimberly Denny-Ryder:

Way back in 2011 when reviewing What Would Mr. Darcy Do? for my blog I wrote, “I would like to hereby bestow the title of ‘Queen of the Austen Retelling’ to Abigail Reynolds.” Although many years have passed since my proclamation, not much has changed. 871 more words

Jane Austen

New Release: Alone With Mr. Darcy

Elizabeth is excited to announce the release of Alone With Mr. Darcy by Abigail Reynolds, a Pride and Prejudice variation now available at Audible! This is Elizabeth’s sixth collaboration with Ms. 235 more words

Recording News

Hampshire: Alton and Farringdon

The town of Alton began as a Saxon village first noted in historical record in 1101 and grew into a small market town by the 13th century. 663 more words


Walking in Jane Austen's Footsteps

Well, perhaps not quite in her footsteps, but after almost five days wandering around Alton and Chawton in Hampshire and touring her home, I would say I likely trod on one of her paths! 485 more words


7 Favorite Austenesque Authors

If you’re like me, you ran out of Jane Austen works to read a long time ago. My first was, of course, Pride and Prejudice… 948 more words


Winners of the Abigail Reynolds Ask the Author Giveaway!

A huge thank you to everyone
who contributed questions and comments
for Ask the Author this month!

I’d like to give a special thanks to those repeat offenders out there who have been contributing questions or comments on every interview. 96 more words