On November 9, 2016, I published the following post on Quirk Books.
Quirky History: A Hootenanny With Owls in Medieval Margins
It’s #wolwednesday, the day of the week when we celebrate the animal that #wolwednesday’s originator author Sam Sykes calls the most perfect creation in nature, the furious and ruthless feathered bag of wisdom and anger—the mighty wol. Or, as it it is known to the rest of the world, the owl.
We’d like to highlight this weekly day of celebration by taking a closer look at owls in medieval manuscripts. Because, as we all know, the owls are not what they seem.
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In the words of my friend, the Australian, I shall return.