Monday, April 26, 2010

Arrived

by J J Cohen

My Eyjafjallajokull-delayed copy finally wended to my mailbox, and now sits upon my desk (newly polished in anticipation). A new era in medieval studies commences.

Hyperbole? Read the journal and see if you disagree. It's pretty great.

3 comments:

Myra Seaman said...

It does seem to look fantastic in every setting. Thanks for sharing yours. I hope Eileen's gotten her copies by now? (and that she'll return the one of mine I loaned her in NYC...) There's a great item in there on stone, as I recall--among many, many other intriguing pieces.

Eileen Joy said...

Oh yeah, Myra, you'll get your copy back . . . . NOT!

Just kidding. You *will* get your copy back.

In the meantime, I have surrounded it with pink rose petals and am raising a martini glass over it . . . AGAIN.

It just feels . . . good.

LF said...

I got my copy. Am appreciating its smooth, uncrinkled sleekness before it becomes all dog-eared and bent (soon).