On Aug 10, 2007, at 2:56 PM, Eve Neuhaus wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I've was waiting for the Mythcon to introduce myself to this group,
> but unfortunately I was felled by a wicked sore throat on Friday
> evening and it kept me away the rest of the conference. I was sorely
> disappointed, as you can imagine, and now I'm even more so, reading
> the reports.
Welcome to the list, Eve. Good luck on the project.
On Aug 11, 2007, at 9:51 PM, David Emerson wrote:
> Yes, yes, yes, I know there are reports on LiveJournal, but I seem
> to have become an old fogy who finds LJ terribly confusing and
> inconvenient (why are there all those links? why doesn't anybody
> just say who they are? who are all these people who have time to
> write all this stuff?). Okay, so I joined LJ just to join the
> Mythsoc "community" but I doubt I will ever have any kind of online
> presence there. Some days I think I'm doing pretty good just to
> answer my email.
Yes, there are some of us who prefer this mailing list to
LiveJournal, so I second David's hope for folks to keep posting here
as well. Which it looks like they will, based on the last day or
two's (very welcome) Mythcon reports.
New arrivals: THE FRODO FRANCHISE (by Kristin Thompson), TOLKIEN AND
SHAKESPEARE (ed. Janet Brennen Croft), and TREE OF TALES: TOLKIEN,
LITERATURE, AND THEOLOGY (ed. Trevor Hart & Ivan Khovacs).