*Begin rant apropos to this forum.*
...and let me tell you WHY:
The VERY FIRST article that I flipped to when I got my issue (got it a couple of weeks ago, but, haven't really had the time to post about it.) was the story "The Essentials" by Clara Parke.
Absolutely NO MENTION -- not her name, not even her famous initials -- of THE "essential" for knitting in our modern world, Elizabeth Zimmermann.
I mean, I like her (Clara Parke, that is) and all...really, I do, and her articles are well enough written, and all...really, they are...
...y'know what I'm saying?
...but I feel ROBBED! How could anyone -- especially an authoress who makes part of her living writing about knitting compile a list of "Essentials" that are meant to be on every knitter's bookshelf and just completely not even...I mean...she COULD have even just put a sentence or SOMETHING just saying that the beloved Zimmermann woman was a category all of her own...but not even that.
Has our EZ's works been put out to pasture?
PLEASE, Clara, PLEASE -- say it ain't so!
*End rant apropos to this forum.*