HNW - TI article rejected! :-(
danielt at gte.net
Mon Apr 6 16:54:57 PDT 1998
They were correct in rejecting it. If word got out that we were printing
Scholarly articles, some might think we are an educational organization or
something... ;-} Considering some of the rather strange and useless material
that has recently seen print, you may be better off not being associated
Do not be disheartened, my Lord. Editors come and go. Perhaps you could
publish it on the web?
Roger of Belden Abbey, former editor of The Page, The Crier, and The
Complete Anachronist, and once, a long time ago, Known World Chronicler
- -----Original Message-----
From: Mike Newell <72123.411 at compuserve.com>
To: h-needlework <h-needlework at Ansteorra.ORG>
Date: Monday, April 06, 1998 8:54 AM
Subject: HNW - TI article rejected! :-(
>NOTA BENA: For non-SCA, TI = "Tournaments Illuminated",the journal of the
>Just thought you'd like to know that my article on Assissi work within SCA
>time period, submitted over a year ago to TI, has been rejected by the
>current editor,Lord Valentine.
>Would you believe it was because my article was too scholarly???? :-O It
>seems that TI is trying to become a journal that encourages how-to over
>research. . A pity-- my good friend Lady Mathilde, who edited it,said it
>was a good article on how to do research. Oh,well.
>Once I hook up my scanner and learn to use it, I may go back to working on
>a book for SCA publication on the subject -- at least a small pamphlet. I
>have tonsof patterns from the earlier volume by Freida Lipperhide, but I
>reallly don't want to have to rechart them as it could take a long time. .
>SCA: Kathryn Goodwyn
>"too many centuries, too little time"
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