I’ve been blogging here since 2009 and at The Collation from 2012 through 2015, so the list of all the posts is long and maybe awkward to navigate, but you can read a list of everything I’ve published here by following this link.

You might prefer to navigate the site by date of publication:

The site is organized into three categories: Wynken de Worde, used for posts about reading, early printed books, digital tools—that is, the main topics of the origins of the blog; In Other Words, used for more personal posts about my reading habits, Shakespeare, conference going, and other miscellaneous matters; and The Collation, used for posts that I originally wrote for the blog I created for the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Tags might be a good way in, since there’s cross-over between the categories:

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