2022 Blog Archives


December (1)

CryptoJane, Part II


November (8)
Regency reality

Taking refuge in Austen

Not so timeless


Baby Dionne


On this day in 1813. . .


October (9)
Scary monsters

Read all about it

On this day in 1798. . . 
Drinking game


The pendulum swings

Expensive thrills

Ahead of his time

The Austen MBA

September (9)

Lucky thirteen


A milestone farewell

Reading Austen in high places

Broadening the collection
Jane Austen in love. . . maybe

Laying the table

Aging out

On this day in 1796. . .


August (9)

Diving deep

Jane Austen triage

Thin gruel

On this day in 1814. . .

Sale in Aisle A

Still talking

Family letters

A surfeit of sequels

As seen by AI


July (8)

In the stars

Cue the wine and cheese

Something to talk about

In praise of repression

On this day(ish) in 1814. . . 

Janeites in conversation

Damage control

The computer-generated Jane Austen


June (9)

Feeding the beast

That trailer

Regency striptease

She plays well at the palace

Putting down roots

Recommended reading

Bonnetfest closeup

On this day in 1811. . . 

In the air

May (9)

High stakes, low stakes


Many happy returns

Sticker shock

Love means never having to say you're sorry

On this day in 1801. . .

Back to the beach

While the bombs fall

Killing Mr. Darcy


April (8)

Under the floorboards

Adding to the list

On this day in 1805. . .

Jane Austen, elixir of youth?

One of Us

Revising the syllabus

A new Austen line

What lies beneath


March (9)

A newly planted Austen society

Beach trip

Love hurts

Sharing a cuppa


On this day in 1817. . . 

Eunice the menace

Of castles and chakras

February (8)

Janeite on a sled

Women's letters, women's lives

Courtin' time

On this day in 1813. . .

Persuasion, with soap

Sanditon, now with less sex

Break out the popcorn



January (9)

Jane all around

SandiCon no more

Pride and pentitentiary
A wet shirt and a centennial
With friends like these. . .
Pop quiz
Getting warmer
On this day in 1801. . .