Category Archives: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court

by Mark Twain. A satiric look at big-headed 19th Century Americans—and what can be learned from King Arthur and his chivalrous knights.
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Twain—Episode One hundred seventy-four: A Believing Athiest

Today, chapters 4-6 of aCIYaKAC! And on July 23rd, you’ll get chapters 7-10 in 175!Links on Twain from the St Joan side and the Atheist side and a link on the top 10 Myths about the Middle Ages. Play in new window | Download (0.0KB)

Twain—Episode One hundred seventy-eight: A Case of the Fantods

You can thank Twain for the episode’s title. You can thank starting-a-business for the fact thereof. Nevertheless, today’s chapters are 16–17. Some links for you! As promised, the Lewis Creek Socks pattern, loyal listener Renee sent in this link to a KQED show on Twain’s autobio–gazillions of pages long and… iiiiinteresting… a link to Anita’s […]

Twain—Episode One hundred seventy-nine: Exeunt Pursued by Bear

Please join me in celebrating (and purchasing) the latest, cool thing in sock knitting! Socupied from Interweave! It runs on Adobe Air, comes in Mac and PC flavors, and will knock your *ahem* socks off. (And, you know, includes content from me)! Read more about it here. Discover Simple, Private Sharing at Chapter 18! […]

Twain–Episode One hundred eighty: CraftLit, meet Bard. Bard, meet CraftLit

Chapters 19-20! Chop Bard! An awesome Shakespeare Podcast! You’ll love it! Phyllis sent in this link to a Snow Farm class that incorporates a bit of the Madame Defarge love; TwirlyMama in Vancouver BC selling her crocheted wares for BP oil victims; Femke’s new 88novels blog; new pics of Lyme and the Cobb; see the […]