My Guests

There is immense interest in the Georgian period and as such, I have great pleasure in opening the doors and inviting in other writers to share their amazing stories.

You can find all the posts contributed to the blog by my wonderful guest writers by clicking here.

Would you like to contribute a guest post for me? If so, please contact me via this email, I would love to hear from you.

What do I ask of a guest writers?

The subject must relate to the Georgian Era, ideally something little known, but not always essential.

I would ask that your article be somewhere in the region of 700 – 1000 words and ideally supplied in Word format. This is not set in stone, a little shorter or a little longer is totally acceptable.

Pictures are always welcome but equally I’m more than happy to accept a piece without and I will try to find suitable images to accompany it.  If you are able to supply relevant images, please include them as a jpeg, or with a link to where they appear online, so that I can readily access them.

Some idea as to whether the piece relates to a key date so that I can correctly schedule it.

A brief bio about yourself would be helpful, just a couple of sentences would be absolutely perfect.

I retain the right to determine its suitability for inclusion and to add to/amend should this be required.

Trompe l'oeil, Letter Rack; Edwaert Collier; Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow
Trompe l’oeil, Letter Rack; Edwaert Collier; Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow

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