The past few months have been intense and have resulted in another regrettable hiatus from the blogosphere. I've been hard at work on a number of projects: the summer saw me send off two articles for review and consideration, drafting a chapter on Gandalf for a book, and researching the topic of my fourth chapter. Oh yeah, and teaching American Literature (of all things!). The Fall has proven equally busy, but fruitful! The fourth chapter -- which focuses on the A-versions of Richard Coer de Lion is now completely drafted, one of the articles has gotten the green light from the reviewers, and I have finally been able to get my poetry-writing underway again.
In the midst of it all, I've arrived at a solution to the infrequent posts. Plans are in the works, and all shall be revealed once we get everything finalized. . . I'm very excited about the new directions the blog will be taking from here, and my hope is that the changes, once implemented, will guarantee weekly posts at the very least!
In the meantime, I'll share a link to a wonderful website I uncovered yesterday: http://www.maloryproject.com/. Where has this site been all of my medievalist life?! It is a thing of glory for anyone interested in Malory, or Arthurian literature more broadly. Enjoy!