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The Top Victorian Blogs of 2011

The Top Victorian Blogs

Top Victorian blog award badgeWe've scoured the internet to bring you a selection of the most innovative and insightful Victorian blogs on the internet. We've received over 200 suggestions from our customers which we've painstakingly reviewed in order to collate a list of the very finest below. We believe that these bloggers should be recognised and supported for their hard work and dedication in ensuring the Victorian Era lives on.

Just look out online for the following Awards badge on the left.

We'll soon be accepting nominations for our 2012 Awards, if you'd like to vote please let us know your chosen favourite by clicking here.

 

The Top 10 Victorian Blog Award Winners 2011

The Victorian Era

The Victorian Era

19thcentury.wordpress.com

Brought to us by Geerte Koeznbasje, covering everything from Victorian Literature, recipes and fine furniture. Geerte's blog always contains a beautiful selection of imagery. We recommend viewing the fine collection of Victorian fashion prints!

The Victorianist

The Victorianist

http://thevictorianist.blogspot.com

Beautifully recanted by The Amateur Casual, this blogger has recently launched a Tumblr subsite which focuses on nothing but beautiful Victorian photography (view here: http://amateurcasualvictorianist.tumblr.com/). Be sure to follow Amateur Casual on Twitter also: @Amateur_Casual.

The Victorian Peeper

The Victorian Peeper

http://victorianpeeper.blogspot.com/

Written by 19th Century Historian, Kristan Tetens - A wonderful blog, written in captivating detail, we just hope she doesn't stop peeping....

Victorian Circle

Victorian Circle

http://victoriancircle.blogspot.com/

A specialist blog discussing Victorian literature: deeply insightful and rich in detail. Victorian circle is written by a gentleman called Marcus or @VictorianCircle if you'd like to follow his wise words on the Twittersphere.

The Virtual Victorian

The Virtual Victorian

http://virtualvictorian.blogspot.com/

Written by the passionate Essie Fox, author of Somnambulist, a Victorian gothic tale which was published in May 2011 and will surely not disappointment. Follow Essie on twitter @essiefox

Victorian London

Victorian London

http://www.victorianlondon.org/

Written by the 'uber' talented Mr Lee Jackson, Victorian London is a labyrinth of information on anything from Victorian architecture to London City Prision.  Be sure to keep up with Mr Jackson @VictorianLondon on Twitter. 

Dickens Blog

Dickens Blog

http://dickensblog.typepad.com/

Written by Gina Dalfonzo, who was first inspired by the works of Charles Dickens after reading Great Expectations in 9th Grade.  Our Victorian Blog Awards 2011, would simply be incomplete without this blog, covering everything from feature films to graphic novels, superb!  Follow Gina on Twitter @ginadalfonzo.


Our remaining 3 Top Victorian Blog Award Winners will be published shortly.