Michael Edwards medwards180 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 16:40:06 PDT 2020

It appears that the Renaissance Magazine is offering what they have as
digital on their website for any and all to download
https://renaissancemagazine.com/digital-issues/.   It comprises the digital
issues 100 to 126 (Dec 2014 to Spring 2020).

Does anyone know if their insolvency is going to sell the copyright of
pre-issue 100 rights to anyone, or is it going to be abandoned?   If it is
abandoned, if anyone has scans of the previous issues, please contact me.

In service
Lord Mieszko Salin

On Tue, Sep 1, 2020 at 6:54 PM Garth Groff and Sally Sanford via Atlantia <
atlantia at seahorse.atlantia.sca.org> wrote:

> Noble Friends,
> It had been a while since I received a copy of RENAISSANCE MAGAZINE. Today
> I got a postcard saying the magazine was insolvent and ceasing operations
> immediately. Bummer.
> Sad to see the magazine go, as it had a lot of stuff interesting for us,
> and for the last couple of years included regular features on the SCA. I
> won't miss their events list though. Events that had happened months before
> continued to be listed.
> I am also concerned about how many renfaires will go under during this
> plague. The only one Lady Sarah and I still attend is the Virginia Renfaire
> at the Lake Anna Winery. Since it is largely run by volunteers, it stands a
> good chance of surviving. Still, every renfaire that closes is a loss to
> re-enactors everywhere. And every renfaire that closes is likely to drag
> down merchants who depend on the faires for the livelihood as well.
> Yours Aye,
> Lord Mungo Napier, Laird of Mallard Lodge  🦆
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