Some time in 1988-1989 at the University of Toronto I did a large piece of palaeographical calligraphy (kind of insular minuscule): the latter half of one of my favorite shorter Old English poems, The Order of the World from The Exeter Book. The poem had figured in a chapter of my dissertation, and I did the piece as a thank you to the Centre for Medieval Studies, which had been a very happy place for me during my years at the University. Nearly thirty years later, the Centre’s director has just got in touch to ask if they can use it as decoration for their program for the American Medieval Association conference they’re hosting this year. Apparently it’s been on display all these years. I am seriously touched. The text comprises ll. 68-102, in case anyone’s curious.