The Historical Fictions Research Network

Over on Vulpes Libris I write enthusiastically about the Historic Fictions Research Network conference, how amateur historians rewrote the Battle of Trafalgar, and the invented town of Agincourt, Iowa, that teaches architecture in North Dakota. It was all about the fictions that history tells us, and it was great. Follow the Network @HFRN, and the Journal … Continue reading The Historical Fictions Research Network

Now posting on Vulpes Libris: Let’s celebrate the migrant authors of English literature

One Day Without Us is a British grassroots campaign to celebrate the contributions that EU citizens and migrants from all over the world make and have made to daily British life. It culminates in a national day of action all over the UK on Monday 20 February 2017. See what else is happening in your area. … Continue reading Now posting on Vulpes Libris: Let’s celebrate the migrant authors of English literature

Now posting on Vulpes Libris: The amazing, pregnant Spiderwoman

It’s Graphic Novels week over on Vulpes Libris, and although I was planning to write about the 1970s comic strip version of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan, Spiderwoman jumped off a shelf and told me otherwise. Jessica Drew is pregnant, she’s still working but about to submit gracefully to maternity leave, and she’s spideytastic. Captain Marvel … Continue reading Now posting on Vulpes Libris: The amazing, pregnant Spiderwoman