Folklore Thursday

We’ve been following Folklore Thursday‘s entertaining and informative Tweets for some time now. As the name suggests, they post snippets on folklore-related themes every Thursday, using the hashtag #FolkloreThursday. They have been supporting the OGOM blog (with much OGOM material in the archives on their site) and we’d like to reciprocate that support. Sam will be posting an article on their activities very soon.

I’ve added a link to their website in the Related Links panel on the right-hand side here (and on our Resources page). They are well worth following and the website is very attractive.

There’s an interesting article here on the whole phenomenon of Folklore Thursday.


About William the Bloody

Cat lover. 18C scholar on the dialogue and novel. Co-convenor OGOM Project
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