Monday, January 13, 2014

New Translation: Battle of Maldon

A new translation has joined the ASNPP family: the Battle of Maldon. You can find it here.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Cleaning house

The Blogspot pages for the individual poems (except the Metres of Boethius) have been taken offline, so if you had any bookmarked, you'll need to find their new location through the sidebar (at the right) and update them.

Also I received some encouraging news which could possibly turn into some good news (nothing I can really share yet--but stay tuned).

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Another status update

The main poems of the ASNPP have all been moved over to Rutgers webspace (poor, inadequate Metres of Boethius...). Now there is a snazzy new theme for the pages there, and the work of revising the poems is underway (The Phoenix is next upon the block). The links at the right are all updated to get you to the right pages. Comments will continue to be available through this page, or addressed to my Rutgers email directly (address is on the main page).

I am much happier with the look of the poems in their new home, and the process of moving has been good for inspiring the great deal of pruning and re-evaluation that has needed to be done since the poems' first posting over the years. Happy days!

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Another update

Genesis A&B and Christ and Satan have been moved to the new Rutgers site. They will be corrected and updated soon--there are some discrepancies in reading between the ASPR and Doane's editions that are holding me up from getting Genesis revised. As soon as I can get my hands on Doane's two books, I will get started.

C&S probably will be revised this weekend.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Further updates

Please follow the links at the sidebar for updated versions of Guthlac A & B, as well as Daniel (now corrected too), Christ III, and St. Christopher. Coming soon, a new theme and appearance for the poems so they don't look so temporary.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Progress on the move

An update on the move.

Andreas, Juliana, and Christ I & II are now live on the new pages. The texts there have been thoroughly proofread, corrected, and updated, so if you're looking for the latest version of these translations, check there. The links on the sidebar for the individual texts have been updated to send you to the proper site.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

New Location for the ASNPP

The Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry Project translations are in the process of being transferred to their new home:


Please be patient as I get everything moved over and reformatted, which will take a while to get just right.