As a Tudorphile and cross-stitcher, I am doubly excited about this! Said to be the only surviving piece of clothing worn by Elizabeth I. Similar pattern to her dress in the Rainbow Portrait, according the the Daily Mail. That is the outfit QEI appears in in the denouement of Six of One!
Mis-attribution of quotations, particularly when it comes to confusing Shakespeare and The Bible, makes for a running joke in ‘Seven Will Out: A Renaissance Revel.’ How good are you at sourcing quotes from these two epic sources? My new Goodreads quiz will help you find out. Bible experts and Shakespeare aficionados, game on!
On Tuesday evenings, I teach yoga in my church basement. That’s me, in the grey shirt, front row. Elephant Journal recently featured my article on our class!
Many thanks to Alternative History Weekly for carrying my post on comedy and alternative realities in Tudor fiction.
Many thanks to Claire from Anne Boleyn Files for carrying this article on AB and black-and-white film star Merle Oberon. I was fascinated to find so many parallels between AB and one of the first actresses to portray her.
Interesting twist on Shakespeare for Mother’s Day.