The last Pearl-Poet Society session was this morning; lifegivingsword was kind enough to chair for me, as I think I might have collapsed from sheer exhaustion if I had found it necessary to step in and run a third. Fortunately, I was able to get the preliminary paperwork for next year's proposed sessions off very quickly and efficiently. I have to say, in three years of attending this conference, I'm truly amazed at how high the overall quality of papers was this year. It's not to say the papers are usually deplorable, but it's true that the quality here, due to the sheer size of the conference, can be variable. Pseudo Society last night had been, much to my relief, more or less restored to its 2007 glory. Those of you who saw the Medieval Mortality paper will know what I'm talking about...
(Speaking of which, James and I have put in a Pseudo Soc proposal for next year. Eep.)
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(You are very much not forgotten)
- Live from Eldridge-Fox lounge. I'm knackered.