If you’re new to Writing Haywood, welcome! There’s an about button at the top of this page for more on who I am/what I do. I haven’t posted here since October, so clearly I have some catching up to do, but I was recently inspired by a couple of things to start posting again:
A) my ever-lovely dissertation partner, Alison Dean, recently vamped up her own professional site for a conference, and it’s gorgeous! You can swoon over it here.
B) I’ve been revising an article for The Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies, and it has been an interesting (and hard! and rewarding!) experience, and one that I want to write a longer post on soon, so what better way than to write a mini post before I even write the post? [I have been a PhD student too long.]
C) I also fiddled around with the template for this site (the banner rotates when you refresh the page–fancy!), and I wanted to tell you about a review I have out in Aphra Behn Online. It’s a review of an edited edition of Haywood’s The Rash Resolve and Life’s Progress, edited by Carol Stewart. It was so great to see a scholarly, edited version out for the first time, and I enjoyed reviewing it. You can read it here. While you’re at it, check out the awesome project that is Aphra Behn Online! With a focus on women’s writing in the long 18th century, ABO encourages open-access scholarship and other cool, thinking-outside-the-academic-box type things like articles on pedagogy and reviews of websites and art installations.
I guess that’s it for my welcome back, especially since I should be working on my revision [whomp whomp]. Thanks for stopping by, and more soon on applying to/editing/revising your first publication. Comment below if you want to hear anything specific about the process (I’m looking at you, graduate students) or give any advice about the process (I’m looking at you, seasoned publishers).