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Jane Austen's Political Stance (or Lack Thereof), a Guest Post from Collins Hemingway

Miss Austen–No Politician, She

In April, Collins Hemingway included this post on Austen Authors. I thought it worthy and asked his permission to share it here.  1,489 more words

Regency Era

June 22 @ Proverbs 5-6

Proverbs 5-6 (NLT link) 

Discover His heart: He watches over our steps, providing His wisdom to guide us

“Take a lesson from the ants, you lazybones.  549 more words

Daily Devotions

An Atypical Cover Letter

An idea came to me in the shower, and I had to write it down.

I’ll probably never be brave enough to actually send this cover letter to a tech company. 848 more words


Review: The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book Review

It was 1996 and my freshmen year at college. I had already declared English as my major and needed to choose between Chaucer and Shakespeare as the primary “classic” author to take a course on. 373 more words

Book Reviews

Collaborative digital textbooks

I have a new piece at Inside Higher Ed today, on teaching with collaborative digital textbooks like this one.


Association of Catholic Publishers Award granted to Dr. Norm Klassen

The CLSG is delighted to congratulate Dr. Norm Klassen (University of Waterloo), recipient of the Association of Catholic Publisher’s 2017 Excellence in Publishing Award – Theology, 3rd Place for  196 more words


Shakespeare's Local by Pete Brown

I’ve been to The George Inn on Borough High Street several times.  It’s a lovely looking building, all lop sided balconies and dark old-fashioned windows, with a layout of rooms that don’t seem to go where you expect.   325 more words

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