During the medieval period the Scriptorium was a place of learned wisdom in monastic communities. It was where devotees meticulously copied books by hand and, as you can well imagine, it took many years to complete a new copy. In that era books were rare and very precious.
We live in a different time and while books are not so very rare anymore we remain enamored with the idea of lingering over the written word. Perhaps you do as well?
This is our take on a modern-day scriptorium. We’ll be sharing narrative summaries of our podcast episodes, various written pieces for your reflection, and guest posts. May it be source of illumination.
A brief introduction to Salon Sophia.
A narrative musing on imposter syndrome.