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Session 97: Would You Write More, or What? The Quest to Publish Historically-Based Creative Writing in the Contemporary Literary Marketplace (A Roundtable)

·      Organizer: Curtis VanDonkelaar, Michigan State Univ.

·      Presider: Curtis VanDonkelaar

A roundtable discussion with Grace Tiffany, Western Michigan Univ.; Amanda Sikarskie, Univ. of Michigan–Dearborn; Merrie Haskell, Library, Univ. of Michigan Library; and Edward L. Risden, St. Norbert College.

Yes, it's that time again! I'm blogging the sessions I attend at the annual medieval studies congress at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. (There will also be reports on book purchases.)

Session 49: When Medievalists Fictionalize the Middle Ages

  • Organizer: Rebecca Barnhouse, Youngstown State Univ.
  • Presider: Sharan Newman, Independent Scholar

The Mean Streets of Medieval York: The Murder Mystery as Cultural Lens

Candace Robb, Independent Scholar

There are times when you scramble just to keep up with yourself. This is one of those times! I'll be a program participant at FOGcon in Walnut Creek this weekend and I only just got the information into my appearances page. (I also only just noticed that they have me scheduled for two different reading slots, one on Saturday and one on Sunday. I've popped off an e-mail requesting that they give the Sunday slot to someone else, so I've only included the Saturday time in the schedule here.)

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