It’s true: our friend Flavia from Ferule and Fescue has a real, live, codex book in her delicate hands as of yesterday! Some of you may remember that she was in crisis mode just 19 months ago, when after two years and two rounds of reviews solicited not together but seriatum, her would-be publisher dropped her project like a hot rock. Oh noes!!! Penn Press must have snapped her project up in a Philadelphia minute, and here it is: Confessions of Faith in Early Modern England. Order it for yourself or or university’s library now!
Now we can see that all’s well that ends well, and life’s a comedy (so far), not tragedy (yet, anyway.) Congratulations, Flavia! And your sabbatical is only half over. . . what will you manage to accomplish in the next six months? A resolution to the crisis in Ukraine? Peace among U.S.-based scholars on BDS? Who know what else she can do, friends?
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