Leadenhall Market, London (by ho_hokus)
20 pages done.
20 left to write before Wednesday 4pm.
Juliette Bates. From Histoires Naturelles series.
You would not believe how many times a day I say this exact line.
Professor Michael Bisson and his feline companion, Pyewacket.
The most valued professor in our department is retiring after 40 years of teaching prehistoric archaeology at McGill University. It saddens me to think that he will, in his own words, “always be a footnote” after having inspired so many people, myself included, to pursue a career in that field.
In ten or twenty years from now, when the discipline is ready and you see a revolution in lithic typology, look for his name in the footnotes. He will be there.