Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine Nov/Dec 2011 Preview

Jane Austen's Regency World Magazine No 54 Nov/Dec (2011)Hot off the presses is the November/December 2011 (No 54) edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine, the ultimate Austen reading indulgence. Here are the featured articles!

  • Stunning pictures from the Jane Austen Festival in Bath
  • Review of P&P: The Musical live from its staging in New York
  • Reports from JASNA’s AGM in Fort Worth, Texas
  • The Night Before Christmas: Georgian literature from the US
  • Choose the perfect seasonal gift for the Austen fan in your life
  • A new series of the Georgian courtroom drama Garrow’s Law
  • Do the men in Sense & Sensibility disappoint?

‘I sexed-up P&P’

Andrew Davies at the JASNA conference in Fort Worth, Texas

The man who made the famous Colin Firth adaptation of Pride & Prejudice told the Jane Austen Society of North America’s annual conference in Fort Worth, Texas, how he “looked for opportunities to get the characters out of their clothes whenever possible”. Read the full report in the new issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine – out this week

Plus all the latest Jane Austen news, reviews, reports from JAS and JASNA, quiz and competition.

Need a seasonal gift?

A subscription to Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is the perfect gift for friends and family who enjoy Jane Austen. To subscribe simply click here and have your gift mailed six times a year from Bath, England

© 2007 – 2011 Laurel Ann Nattress, Austenprose

6 thoughts on “Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine Nov/Dec 2011 Preview

  1. I would love to get this magazine but it’s just too expensive to have shipped to the US. I wish they would do a digital subscription. I would definitely get it then.

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  2. I have saved up for this magazine for 2 years now. I haven’t ever regretted an issue. It is something that I look forward to arriving with great anticipation. It is expensive but they’ve done as many things as they can to reduce prices, including changing from a larger size magazine to the one they currently use. I’m just a school teacher married to a cop and we’re not rolling in the dough. I have found ways to sacrifice in order to get this magazine for 2 years and I’ll resubscribe in the spring. Think about it again. For any Janeite it is totally worth it.

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    • Oh Karen! You make it sound so wonderful and make me want this even more, but now that I am an out of work school teacher, I just can’t. Hopefully this lovely edition will become a back issue soon. I saw on the web page that they can be bought individually. I could afford at least one. (-;

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      • So sorry. I’m an employed elementary school teacher. That makes a difference. Put it on your wish to do list for a more economically secure future!

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      • You can order back issues from Jane Austen Books (www.janeaustenbooks.net), and if you subscribe through them it costs a few dollars less than paying the exchange rate for GBP.

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