Photo by Tim Parkinson, used under a Creative Commons Licence
Whilst I was off line, Jim Getz published the 42nd Biblical Studies Carnival
and gave it an appropriately "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" theme. It's briefer than most, but I have to say that's probably a good thing. It's not that I don't appreciate the hours of work some of the recent carnival hosts
must have put in to produce their summaries: I very much do. It's just that I think that there are probably only a handful of the biblioblogging community who are quite that committed, and those few seem to be doing it more and more frequently, which may not be that sustainable. So good on you Jim. Hopefully a few more of us will volunteer to take on a shorter carnival.
May's list of Top 50 Bibliobloggers
has also been posted (and I'm up to number 32).
For more information on these carnivals
, including where to submit pieces visit the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage
Labels: Biblical Studies Carnivals