by J J Cohen
There's Fumblr, as Jonathan announced. And in other big news, Bruce Holsinger has a great new blog, Burnable Books. Broadly speaking, the blog is about the vitality of the past, and that life takes some intriguing forms. Today's installment is a video interview with Paul Strohm.
Though it isn't new, I hope you are reading Anne Harris's wonderful Medieval Meets World. Today's post involves Thoreau, which is odd because last night I dreamed that Eileen had illegally moved into his reconstructed cabin on Walden Pond.
Cory Sparks has a good blog that has recently featured rumination over birds, beauty (visual and sonic), and captivation. Keeping to the avian theme, some graduate students at Ohio State have started a blog called The Birds' Nest. In Romaunce as We Read is another group effort, also quite engaging, this time by graduate students at the University of Rochester.
Those are a few medieval themed blogs you might like to follow. What am I missing?
Quick edit (thanks for the reminder, Anne): a huge oversight was to omit James Smith, Fluid Imaginings. Not new, but if you haven't found it yet ... well, find it.