[Sca-cooks] Looking for info on Artes Draconis
chimene at ravensgard.org
Sun Dec 13 21:15:48 PST 2009
Hi Stefan et al.
I also wondered about this a couple of months ago, and wrote the
Kingdom Chronicler (after going back and forth between the MOAS and
KC pages, which both have non-working links). This is response I
At 10:29 PM -0400 10/22/09, karenjohnson at midrealm.org wrote:
>Unfortunately, there are some 'issues' with that issue right now, so it's
>unavailable for distribution at this time. We're hoping to get that
>resolved, so I'll announce that when I can. Thanks for your patience!!
And I haven't seen/heard anything since. It would be nice if there
was a dated, "Not currently available on-line." note on the Kingdom
webpages, or something. I think(!?) I remember there being a
subsequent issue at the "CURRENT ISSUE" link when I was looking in
October, but that doesn't seem to be there today.
>Artes Draconis is the A&S newsletter for the Middle Kingdom.
>I got an inquiry from a couple new to the SCA trying get a copy of
>the Cookery Issue done, they think in 2008. I couldn't find anything
>online, like table of contents for the various issues, to confirm
>The link I could find is:
>But the link on that page to the current issue doesn't work. Does
>anyone know if the newsletter is still in publication? And
>specifically whether this cookery issue is still available? The
>editor is mentioned on that page, but since the link doesn't work,
>we don't know whether that is really the place these folks should
>send their money for this issue or not or whether the editor info is
>out of date.
>Since they seem interested in medieval cooking, I've also suggested
>they join this list and sent them the info to sign on. :-)
>THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
> Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
>**** See Stefan's Florilegium files at: http://www.florilegium.org ****
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