The May/June issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine (No 63) will be mailed to subscribers this week and introduces Regency Rogues, our exciting regular new feature.
In the first installment you can read about the clergyman who murdered an earl’s mistress and why he attracted huge public sympathy.
Also in the new issue:
- Take our Mr Darcy courtship test to discover if you are ready for a Regency romance
- A new staging of Pride & Prejudice comes to The Regent’s Park
- A German princess describes her visit to Bath in 1775
- Narcissism in the novels: how Jane Austen understood personality disorders
- Chawton House Library celebrates its first decade
- Austen Authors: the writers who enjoy producing prequels, sequels and much more
Plus news from the Jane Austen societies in the UK and Australia, book reviews, all the latest news, quiz, and much, much more. To subscribe click here.
The March/April edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is published this week and will be mailed to subscribers around the world over the next few days.
In the new issue you can read about:
Austentatious: the theatre group that is improvising Austen themes
What Jane did next: life at Chawton Cottage after the publication of Pride & Prejudice
Secrets of a happy marriage: the Leigh-Perrots were a devoted couple
Portraits of perfection:miniature paintings were fashionable in Georgian drawing room
Lonely as a cloud: the life of William Wordsworth, Jane’s contemporary
Jane Austen stamps: your chance to win a set of the stunning new stamps
Plus all the regular features: news, letters, quiz, what made the news 200 years ago… and much, much more!
SPECIAL COMPETITION: the Royal Mail in Britain has issued a set of special Jane Austen stamps. You could win a presentation pack simply by entering our competition – see the new issue for details!
The January/February issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the first publication of Jane Austen’s “darling child” has now been published and will be mailed over the holiday period.
It includes a special guest introduction by Deirdre Le Faye, a review of the history of the work, and a look at the many actors who have played Mr Darcy.
The November/December edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is published today – watch out for it in your mailbox over the next few weeks.
In the new issue you can read about:
- Some great Christmas gift ideas for the Jane Austen fan in your life
- You shall go to the dance – public and private balls in Jane Austen’s time
- How keeping a bawdyhouse could be a tough business
- Baiting, coursing and fishing: blood sports were big business in the Georgian era
- Looking at Jane’s use of fashion accessories in Emma
- The life of Sir Thomas Bernard, a prominent philanthropist
- Jane in the Garden of England
Plus reports from the Jane Austen Festival in Bath and the JASNA AGM in Brooklyn; news, letters, book reviews and much, much more!
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The new edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World is published this week.
The September/October 2012 issue (No 59) is packed with information, features and pictures. The cover feature is the new production of Mansfield Park that is touring England this autumn. we have an exclusive interview with Colin Blumenau, the director.
Also in this issue:
- A preview of the Jane Austen Society of North America’s AGM in Brooklyn
- Visitors to the Bath Jane Austen Festival share their experiences
- The Prime Minister who was assassinated during Jane Austen’s lifetime
- A look at the life of Marian Hastings, wife of the British ruler in India
- The new Austen Facebook game that everyone is playing
Plus News, Letters, Book Reviews, Quiz and news from Jane Austen societies around the world.
The new issue will be mailed this week. If you are not already a subscriber, sign up here to receive this and future copies of Jane Austen’s Regency World.
The next issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine goes to press this week, and next week the cover image will be revealed exclusively on this site.
The September/October 2012 issue is a must-read for Janeites around the world, especially in the US, as it contains a preview of this year’s Jane Austen Society of North America AGM.
And on the subject of Janeite gatherings, we speak to some of the regular visitors to the Jane Austen Festival in Bath to find out what draws them back to the city – and the festival – year after year.
Also included is an interview with Colin Blumenau, director of a new stage production of Mansfield Park, which will be touring the UK this autumn.
The magazine will be mailed next week. To make sure that you receive your own copy promptly, subscribe here: www.janeaustenmagazine.co.uk/subscribe.
*A Royal Affair: a new film depicts the scandal that rocked a European monarchy
*Olympic Jane: as the 2012 Games open in London, we look at the sports that Jane might have played
*Bath Jane Austen Festival: an exclusive preview of the fun planned for September
*Stand and deliver! the terror of highwaymen that threatened Jane’s friends and family
*Gothic horror: how Jane Austen satirised the latest literary fashion
*Plus News, Letters, Book Reviews and information from Jane Austen Societies in the US, UK and Australia
Subscribe now by clicking here to make sure that you are among the first to receive the July/August issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World.
The May/June edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World has now been published and is being mailed to subscribers around the world. On the cover of the new issue is the actress Marie Féret, who plays Nannerl Mozart in the stunning new film Mozart’s Sister directed by her father, the French director René Féret.
Also in the new issue you can read about lax morals in Georgian times, how the Luddites tried to stop the march of progress, Jane Austen’s characters comment on the appearance of others, and take a tour around Jane Austen’s Steventon.
Jane Austen’s Regency World is published six times a year in Bath, England, and is mailed to fans of Jane Austen and the Georgian/Regency era worldwide.