Friday, 20 March 2015

Athenaeum Hectoris Updates

The Athenaeum Hectoris (named after Master Hector of the Black Height) is an organization in the Kingdom of Ealdormere that promotes the written (and oral) word, collecting and posting articles and class notes relating to all aspects of the bardic arts. As it's website says:

This webpage is devoted to those within the Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA) who are scriveners, litterateurs, penmen, scribes, wordsmiths, scribblers, poets, hagiographers, memoirists, chroniclers, storytellers, skalds, scops, wordmongers, versifiers, prosateurs, or other producers of the written (and occasionally oral) word.
Recently the Athenaeum has seen several updates, having added the following articles:

Childish Writing Isn't Easy by Master Hector of the Black Height

In-Persona Storytelling by Duke Cariadoc of the Bow

Missive to a Young Bard: Sonnets by Master Hector of the Black Height

Storytelling: The Art of Oral Recitation by THLaird Colyne Stewart

Writing a Shakespearean Sonnet by THLaird Colyne Stewart

Writing a Ballade (Non-musical) by THLaird Colyne Stewart

Writing a Triolet by THLaird Colyne Stewart

Writing a Virelai by THLaird Colyne Stewart

Writing a Leich by THLaird Colyne Stewart

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