Re: Writing Letters
- Last spring, Morgan Cely Cain (from Calontir, I believe) taught a
class called "Writing Letters in the Medieval Style." I don't know if
she had a handout, but I'd be glad to ask for you.
--- In Authentic_SCA@y..., "Venera di
> I have just written an email to a SCAdian whom I don't know andstarted thinking.
>how a simple dress becomes a court gown with semi-precious stones
> Yes, it can be a dangerous thing for me to start thinking. This is
beading the sleeves. <G>
>email is a very casual medium, but at least nice greetings and
> I would like to begin to write in a more period fashion. Granted,
closings would be a good thing?
>closings? I have always enjoyed seeing such on emails, but am not
> Is there a book or compiliation somehwere of letter openings and
very creative (yet) in this area.
>business closing. <G>)
> Thank you for your assistance. (which is my most commonly used
> Venera di Nardiello
> Runbox Mail Manager - www.runbox.com
> Free online email application
- --- In Authentic_SCA@y..., "Steven Proctor" <sproctor@b...> wrote:
> Just because it's LOUD, dosen't mean it's not calm....Even so, Morgan, Kass may sleep in my camp anytime she wishes.
> > Oh yeah, you guys know how to debate calmly...
> > Despina? Can I sleep in your camp?
> > Kass
if she's brave enough.....