Friday Follow: Hot off the Press! ~ Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine, No.64

Happy Friday everyone! Huzzah! A new issue of our favorite Jane Austen-inspired magazine Jane Austen’s World is now available.

Did you know that you can now read it digitally on your iPad, NOOK, Kindle or other tablet devices? This was the best news possible for me and I did the happy dance all day.

I am sharing with you Deb Barnum of Jane Austen in Vermont’s excellent announcement of the release of the new issue. Enjoy!

Cheers,

Laurel Ann

Jane Austen in Vermont

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The July/August 2013 (No 64) edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now out – watch out for it in your mailbox over the next few weeks. In the new issue you can read about:

  • Austenland: we speak to Jerusha Hess about her new film depicting one woman’s amazing hunt for her Mr Darcy
  • Read our exclusive preview of this year’s Jane Austen Festival in Bath
  • The Countess of Jersey, serial adulteress and debauchee is this issue’s Regency Rogue
  • Letters from Jane: a look at Austen’s correspondence
  • Plump cheeks and thick ankles: Jane Austen used appearance to size up her characters
  • A social reformer and a place called Harmony: the tale of Robert Owen

Subscribe today to Jane Austen’s Regency World, the full-colour, must-read, glossy magazine for fans of the world’s favourite author – delivered to your doorstep every two months direct from Bath, England. Plus reports from…

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Preview of the Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine Issue No 52, July/August 2011

Jane Austen's Regency World Magazine issue 52 Jul/Aug 2011The July/August 2011 issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now on sale and has been mailed to subscribers.

In the new issue:

• JANE AUSTEN FESTIVAL IN BATH: A preview of the exciting programme lined up for September, 2011

• THEATRICAL PAINTINGS: The amazing set of costumed portraits collected by Somerset Maugham is now in safe hands

• COAST DELIGHTS: How Jane Austen depicts the seaside in her novels

• FORGOTTEN BROTHER: Maggie Lane traces the life of George Austen, Jane’s little-known brother

• LUNAR RIOTS: The day a Georgian society in Birmingham was attacked by a mob

• WHEN WE ARE GONE: How did Cassandra handle Jane’s legacy, and what about ours?

• JANE’S MEN: Our favourite author was not only an expert on women, she had a strong insight into the minds of men

Plus: All the latest news from the world of Jane Austen, as well as letters, book reviews, quiz, competition and news from JAS and JASNA.

Jane Austen’s Regency World will be at the following events, and look forward to meeting many subscribers, old and new:

  • July 9 &10 Jane Austen Festival, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
  • Sept 17 Jane Austen Festival, Bath, UK (country fayre)
  • Oct 13-15 JASNA AGM, Fort Worth, Texas, USA

For further information, and to subscribe, visit Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine

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