Sonnet 99 has been Catalogued

I received word today that my contribution to the Shakespeare’s Sonnets in 2016 project of Bodleian Library at Oxford has now, along with its sibling sonnets, been catalogued.

So you can take your “university degrees” and “career accomplishments” and “debut at Carnegie Hall,” and all those other markers that I lack in life, but I have 154th share of an Oxford University catalogue record!

Should you be at Oxford and wish to visit the actual items in person, here’s what you need to know:

For the purposes of viewing the Sonnets, as these are now in the Weston Library, may I draw your attention to the following:

How to register as a reader.

Explaining the identification and proof of address required to make an application for a Reader Card. A Reader Card may be issued free for the purpose of your visit to the Weston Library.

The Weston Library is on Broad Street in Oxford, next door to Trinity College.

Screen shot from Oxford Library OPAC