In this month's stunning 98 page edition of Tudor Life magazine, we cover the reputation of Mary I and whether she deserves the title "Bloody Mary". In this edition, we look into the lives of some of the martyrs among other things.
We're also very happy to be able to feature Teri Fitzgerald and her in-depth work to identify a well known portrait ... who is that woman??
This magazine includes articles on these topics:
- Think this portrait is Catherine Howard? Think again... by Teri Fitzgerald
- The Credo of Mary I by John Murphy
- A Godly Match and Wyatt’s Rebellion by Anthony Ruggiero
- ‘A Woman Poor and Blind’ The Martyr Anne Askew by Roland Hui
- John Foxe and the Compilation of his ‘Book of Martyrs’ by Lauren Browne
- Editor’s Picks: Books on Mary I by Gareth Russell
- Mary I ‘Word Chain’ Quiz by Catherine Brooks
- Dissolution, Mathematics and Shakespeare by Heather Teysko
- ‘Assumptiontide at Hever’ a short story by Gareth Russell
- Congratulations Genevieve Bujold by Roland Hui
- A Truly Amazing Artist focus on Dmitry Yakhovsky
- At the crossroads of the reformation - Sigismund II by Gareth Russell
- Anne of Cleves’ Childhood and Family by Debra Bayani
- TUDOR PLACES FEATURE: The Lord Leycester Hospital
- BOOK REVIEWS: Four Queens and a Countess & Elizabeth I: A study in insecurity reviews by Charlie Fenton
- From the Spicery: At the Table of Elizabeth I by Rioghnach O’Geraghty
- Tudor Entertainment - Part 1 by Toni Mount
- November’s On This Day by Claire Ridgway
Just wanted to let you know that it worked perfectly first time. Thank you. BTW: really enjoyed Oct Halloween issue.
Thanks Michael – we were extra careful this time. You’ll love this edition 🙂
Hi, you put out a request for opinions on the magazine. I apologize, I’m not on Facebook or anything like that so I thought this was probably the best place to do this. I love the magazine. I became interested in this subject back in the late 1980s. And then about 3 years ago I accidentally came across The Anne Boleyn’s Files blog while looking up something else. And I just love the site. It was so nice to see so many people interested in something that I like as I don’t have any friends or family who have any interest whatsoever in it. Through that I found the Tudor Society but I didn’t join because I didn’t have the time to take advantage of all of the goodies. I was so glad when a magazine only subscription became available. Tudor Life is such a perfect title as it doesn’t just cover what most books cover but down to the smallest details of life in the early modern period. Very high quality publication and I look forward to every issue.
Thank you so much, Michael, I’m so glad you enjoy the magazine.