I’m back. This pandemic shut me down for awhile. I mean, what could be more antithetical to ‘social distancing’ in education than drama?! On both sides of the curtain!
I haven’t stopped completely. I’ve been reading great stuff and monkeying around with my book. When the world shut down I was right on the brink of a possible deal with a one of couple of wonderful, small publishers. Since then….silence. No surprise.
But I have a several subjects for posts, so I’m going to get back to it.
But just for starters: here’s a podcast I was invited to contribute to: Jacke Wilson’s “The History of Literature.” Jacke is a delightful interviewer and he edited a lot of my babble into quite a fun listening experience. If you’ve been following my blog, you know my book is about the huge amount of highly skilled performance required in the classroom experience of Elizabethan schoolboys, and my belief that that contributed to the cognitive brilliance of the Age.
Click on the picture and enjoy: