I’m wide awake, but these links—these links can’t wait.
Over at The Burgundian, the ancient and medieval edition of Carnivalesque is in full swing.
The Cimmerian offers a lengthy review of the forthcoming Solomon Kane movie.
Jason Fisher is vindicated in his criticism of what may be the worst Tolkien book ever published.
Michael Drout wonders how much of scholarly success involves giving people what they want to hear. He also writes, with welcome bluntness, about the academic job market.
Meet a New Jersey shire-reeve straight from the pages of Chaucer.
When you’re on a mailing list for a Newfoundland gift shop—and really, what well-rounded individual isn’t?—you’re privy to some pretty grody specials.
The Philadelphia Inquirer researches Hercules, George Washington’s slave.
Julie Rose reviews the novel Ice Land.
Neil Gaiman goes to Alabama.
Finally, how about some jazzy German pop?
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