Friday, August 27, 2010

Look Like an Egyptian

Hurrah! My first fashion history article, "Look Like an Egyptian," which I contributed to the Silicon Web Costumers' Guild's e-journal, The Virtual Costumer, is now available for download

18 comments:

Dsata said...

Congratulations !

Emily said...

Congrats!!! How exciting!!

Em said...

Wow! Congrats!!!

Brittany_Va-Voom Vintage said...

yay, congratulations! I'm off to read it right now!

Miss Matilda said...

oohhhh lala LOve it xx

Kelley Anne said...

Congratulations! This is so exciting. I can't wait to go and read it.

Nancy said...

Awesome! You sound so smart! You are smart of course, but what I meant is that the article is well written. Awesome job. Congrats on your publication!

Darlene said...

I had NO idea? How wonderful for you. I've been meaning to ask - what do you do for a living, miss? Am I allowed to pry? If not, no worries, but you are a strong writer. This article seems quite natural. I'm stoked for you, J!

Celestial Charms said...

Wow, congratulations...wonderful news.
Funny, in reference to your Hepburn meets Bacall look comment - Lauren Bacall has always been my favorite actress, and everyone used to tell me when I was younger, how much they thought I looked like Hepburn. So you are spot on, darling!
Maureen

iLiveinmyLab said...

Ohhh Congratulations!!!! Must run off to read it now!

BaronessVonVintage said...

thanks! seems the editor and i missed a couple of typos and grammar gremlins, but on the whole, I feel satisfied with this first effort.

Darlene: I WAS a college english lit and composition instructor/Victorian Studies scholar (though you would never know it from my atrociously ungrammatical blog postings...I'm a TERRIBLE self-editor and proofreader). Right now, since we moved to our new, incredibly quiet and small village, I'm doing a little bit of private tutoring and running my Etsy shop..and for fun, I've started doing some independent fashion history/scholarly article writing.

Yesterday Girl said...

Brilliant! Well done you.xxx

Andrea said...

Fantastic article! I'm a big Theda fan. I love A Fool There Was. It's a shame that Cleopatra didn't survie in its entirety.

The Darling Homemaker said...

Congratulations!!! Love the article...very well done.
xo, Jacqueline

Pixie Drive-In said...

Congrats!!!

Harlow Darling said...

Oh wonderful article, I would love the chance to write something like this, congratulations!

BaronessVonVintage said...

thank you ever so much!!!

Frl. Irene Palfy said...

Late congrats from me, too!! :")