I now have a blog at Patheos, titled Foxy Folklorist (based on my tongue-in-cheek Twitter handle). You can check out my introduction post here. We’ve gone ahead and imported all my archives from here over to there, with a redirect for a good chunk of them (if not all…yes, I’m still figuring out how this all works).
I’m still deciding if I’m going to keep blogging here or not; maybe I’ll use my personal site as a way to write on topics that aren’t related to my career as a folklorist, since they want me for my folklore expertise. Then again, being a folklorist has irrevocably shaped how I think about and do things. I’ve already got my doctorjeana.com site for blogging that’s specifically related to sexuality studies and my sex education career so… yeah. Can I mix metaphors to ponder having too many blogs in the fire? Or in the kitchen? Still mulling this one over.
Anyway, I just wanted to give readers a heads-up that the bulk of my folklore blogging will now take place at Patheos, and while I’m still retaining this site as a “find me on the internet” hub, I don’t expect to be blogging here as much.