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Saturday, August 28

Jane Austen's Regency World Magazine: A New Issue

The September/October 2010 issue of Jane Austen's Regency World magazine is published this week.

Featured on the cover (copy attached) is a scene from The Secret Diary of Anne Lister, the BBC's new drama about a Georgian heiress who follows an unconventional path in life and love.

Jane Austen's Regency World magazine is also delighted to announce that it will be at the following events:
- Bath Jane Austen Festival, country fayre at the Guildhall, Bath, on Saturday, September 19

- JASNA AGM, Regency Emporium, in Portland, Oregon, October 28-30
Readers are invited to visit our stand and say hello!
Highlights of the new issue of the magazine include:
  • The Latin touch: how Jane's fame is spreading in Brazil
  • A very secret diary: the heiress Anne Lister's love for a woman has been turned into a film
  • A Cornish exile: Maggie Lane explores the life and times of Charles Austen, Jane's seafaring brother
  • Jane's best jest: Paul Bethel compares Emma with Mansfield Park
  • Required reading: Sue Wilkes explains how no Georgian gentleman could afford to miss
  • Enter stage right: Jane Austen would have known the old Theatre Royal in Bath
  • My Jane Austen, Marsha Huff: The outgoing president of JASNA shares her love of Jane Austen

Full details of Jane Austen's Regency World magazine, which is published every two months, are available on our website www.janeaustenmagazine.co.uk

4 comments:

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

this magazine looks really cool! Thanks for sharing

Isa Merino said...

I´ll travel to Bath the next 17th september for the festival. I´m very happy for that. I adore Jane Austen and I think it will the best days for me.

I´ll tell you my impressions when I back from there.

Sorry for my English, I´m Spanish from Málaga.

Kisses

Isa

Adriana Zardini said...

Hi Vic! I'm looking forward to read this issue! The article about Brazil is mine! :)

Vic said...

Fabulous, Adriana! That is wonderful.