I performed in a rehearsed reading for a new play about female ATA pilots in WWII. It is an intriguing piece of history that definitely deserves more attention… so get ready for some herstory!
Unicorn Horn: An investigation into the reality of beautiful and wonderful unicorns with supplementary and necessary illumination into their mating habits and no thanks to my big brother.
What do Blandifers, misericords, Santas, and terrines have in common? One eventful weekend away in Somerset!
Medieval snail marginalia: what does it all mean?!?! (I don’t really know.)
Was Julian of Norwich the original crazy cat lady? And what’s an anchoress? Ohh sounds interesting–you’d better read and find out!
This is an important Fake News Update! Join me in debunking the myth surrounding Victorian Postmortem Photography.
Happy Anniversary, my dear! Turns out we share the day with some other pretty momentous folklorian events!
Don’t turn out the lights: Halloween came early on our trip to Lisbon!
It’s the One Year Blogiversary of Daze + Weekes! I’m a success! I’m a star! (I’m a liar!)
I took a day trip to Hever Castle and now feel I must defend Anne Boleyn against 481 years of wrongdoing.
Taking a closer look at King John’s wife Isabella, The Unburnt, Queen of the Andals, the Rhoynar the First Men, Queen of Meereen, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons. (But not really.)
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Joan, Lady of Wales! Sex and Scandal! Historical click bait!
An agoraphobe’s guide to having it all a la Eleanor, Fair Maid of Brittany. Some people have all the luck!
In which I try to convince you how great Valentine’s Day is by showing you how much worse it could be? Makes sense? No? Stop ruining this day for me! Let me love love!
Say hey to Nicolaa de la Haye! Both tough as nails and submissive henchwoman to King John, she challenged cultural norms and cut an interesting figure.
Red Wedding? It was more like an Abstemious Banquet for the likes of Matilda de Braose when she chose to cross the merciless King John.