Sometimes there comes along a person whom you think is worth getting to know. You may have heard her name occasionally, or encountered his writing once upon a time. But one day, you realize: this person's speaking my language, and she's doing a better job at it than I am.
I'm trying to get the word out about one of my favorite authors, Dorothy L. Sayers. My students are sick of hearing me talk about her, I'm sure, but the woman is so darn quotable. She's like the G.K. Chesterton of women.
So it's a joy to write about her, and you can find out 10 noteworthy facts I've put together about her over at the Circe Institute.