[WRITER] The book ARRIVES! #KeepCalmandCarryOn

It's a thrill that never really gets less exciting! You know you've written the text, seen various edits and temporary layouts, but to actually hold THE BOOK in your hands is very exciting - and my 'complimentary copy' arrived from the Imperial War Museum today! I'm tired, my body is fighting the infections, but the book is HERE! You can buy from the Imperial War Museum or Amazon, or all the usual outlets officially from 26th October…

[WRITER] New Publication: Keep Calm and Carry On: The Truth Behind the Poster, with @I_W_M #KeepCalm

In 1997, I first wrote about Keep Calm and Carry On as a side-note in my undergraduate dissertation. In 2004, it was once again mentioned briefly (when looking at the series it was created in) in my PhD on 'The planning, design and reception of British Home Front propaganda posters' at the University of Winchester, and in 2005, it wasn't even considered relevant for the content that I prepared for 'The Art of War' for The…

[WRITER] Chapter in Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media with @thomasjayoord

I wrote a chapter in a new book, Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media: Advice, Tips, and Testimonials edited by Dr. Thomas Jay Oord - awaiting my copy, but here are the triggering questions:   What forms of social media/platforms do you use, and which forms are primary? Why did you begin using social media in relation to your scholarly interests, publication, or teaching? Is this the same reason you continue to use social media? What have you…

[BOOK PUBLICATION] Keep Calm and Carry On : The Truth Behind the Poster

Within my 1997 undergraduate dissertation, and my 2004 PhD thesis, I (unintentionally) provided the story of the now ubiquitous 'Keep Calm and Carry On' (KCCO) poster (read an extract here), whilst I was writing about two very early posters produced by the British Government in the Second World War - Your Courage, and Freedom is in Peril. At the same time, the government produced KCCO, with the intention of saving it for use when under…