Have been flying below the radar lately. Have drafted several posts but life kept getting in the way of properly editing them. I have spent some time tweaking the site's theme (still not happy with it, but I've become quite the theme hoarder).
Because considering one conference in one week isn't enough, I'm organizing a panel at the Sixteenth Century Studies and Conference this fall. Sponsored by Iter and Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, it should be good fun. more "SCSC Panel Announced"
Just clicked 'send' on an article entitled "Title Page Engravings and Re-Ordering the Quartos of A Game at Chess". It is scheduled to be published in the XLX 2011 issue of Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama. Quite the little monster - 9600 words plus endnotes, and features eight full page 17th century engravings. I expect there will be some more pre-press adjustments to be made, but I'm excited. Now on to the Henry VIII edition proposal, and the essay for Envisioning REED.
But first a bit of dinner, then back to reading Knight of the Burning Pestle for tomorrow's class.