[SCA-Dance] Letter of Dance article brainstorming
lindahl at pbm.com
Thu Mar 4 17:33:19 EST 2010
On Thu, Mar 04, 2010 at 09:35:28AM -0800, Mary Railing wrote:
> There is a long bibliography on the SCA Renaissance Dance homepage,
> but I don't think it's been updated in some time. I've accidentally
> run into a "So you want to..." list for SCA dancers on Amazon, but
> it don't understand the Amazon site well enough to know how to
> search for such lists, so now I can't find it.
The Letter of Dance facilitation website happens to have a list of
books that need revewing; it is mostly complete for recent books. It's
my hope that everything will at least get a short review (also sent to
the Rendance Bibliography), and some will get longer ones.
Speaking for the Letter of Dance, we have a shiny new facilitation
website that goes along with our attempt to recruit per-Kingdom people
to hunt down reviewers and article authors. The website hides at
And if you go into 'Ideas for articles' you can get the list of books
that need reviewing, and also look at a list of article brainstorms.
If you'd like to be able to add to this website, email me privately and
I'll invite you to be an editor. Here's a list of the kingdoms for which
we currently have facilitators. If your kingdom is missing, we'd love you
to volunteer. The facilitator doesn't have to be super-expert at dance:
you just need to be socially plugged into your kingdom dance community.
AEthelmaerc: Lyev Davidovitch
Atlantia: Margaret Roe
Drachenwald: Judith de Northumbria
Lochac: Katherina Weyssin von Regenspurk
Meridies: Lorenzo Petrucci, Yves de Fortanier
Middle: Philip White
West: Gregory Blount
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