Guest Posts

Approaches to Teaching Austens Mansfield ParkNow and then I publish contributions by other writers on my blog. If you’re interested in writing a guest post, please email me (semsley at gmail dot com) and outline your idea. I’d love to hear from you.

Jane Austen, EmmaMansfield Park, Jane Austen for kids, Edith Wharton, L.M. Montgomery, and Nova Scotia’s literary history – these are the main topics we talk about here. If you’re new to the blog, please subscribe/follow and have a look at some of my previous posts (such as “Jane Austen’s ‘Darling Child’ Meets the World,” Mansfield Park is a Tragedy, Not a Comedy,” “What Edith Wharton Tells Us About The Way We Live Now,” and Anne’s House of Dreams and the ‘great Canadian novel'”) so you’ll know more about the conversation you’re joining.

YouAn Invitation to Mansfield Park might also want to read some of the contributions by people who wrote for “An Invitation to Mansfield Park to get an idea of the kind of guest posts I publish.

I hosted a series called “Emma in the Snow,” which ran from December 23, 2015 (the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s Emma) to the last day of Winter in March 2016, and I’m planning a new series in honour of Northanger Abbey and Persuasion for 2018.

Emma in the Snow

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