A little bit of excitement today with the publication of my first piece of project-related writing here.
Following my trip to South Carolina, I was delighted to be asked to write an article for Robert Burns Lives! to introduce the project to the website’s US readership.
Curated by Frank Shaw, a passionate Burnsian and enthusiastic supporter of the Centre for Robert Burns Studies, the RBL! pages are a mine of information on many aspects of the poet’s life and contain contributions from lay and academic experts from around the world – well worth a little exploration.
It’s truly a special moment for me to be given a small space among them. Hopefully, it also marks the first of many project-related publications!
(Thanks go to Prof. Patrick Scott of University of South Carolina for his editorial support.)