Another question for my early modernist readers
Any recommendations for sources on the (to use anachronistic terms) production, marketing, administrative, management practices of printers in London at the end of the 16th century? (No, I'm not asking much ...)
I'm trying, perhaps hopelessly, to create a chronology for four pamphlets published in 1594 - none of which unfortunately were entered in the register of the Company of Stationers ... (in case you were wondering.)
As a reward, I offer in return a link to an article from Harvard Magazine arguing for the study of neo-Latin writers of the (broadly) early modern period. Which makes me think of Women Latin Poets - a book I'm promoting every way I can, since I think anyone interested in early modern women writers (or medieval, or later) should read.