Around The Globe is Shakepeare's Globe's Magazine and in the latest issue writer Tom Brown (of So Long, Shakespeare) is kind enough to mention the @shakespearelogs twitter feed in an article about the controversy surrounding the release of Anonymous. I hope they and he won't mind me posting the relevant paragraph below:
Seems only fair to add, though, that the feed is only as good as the content, as the bloggers who are included and listed here in the sidebar on the far right, augmented with the contents of a Google News search. But it's still exciting to see my name quoted in one of my favourite magazines.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Friday, December 23, 2011
Not this year.
This year revealed that in December 2010, the film was released on Region One under its US title A Midwinter's Tale by the Warner Bros Archive Collection imprint, and copies are available still available.
There are still a few copies from Amazon's Marketplace.
See where it says 2 new from £11.98?
That used to be three.
Looks like I'll be watching it again in January.
Updated! It's back up to three.
Posted by Stuart Ian Burns at 9:57 pm