December 2012 Biblical Studies Carnival – Call for Links

XMas CarnivalAbram K-J from Words on the Word is on tap for the December Carnival (coming January 1).  I know he would appreciate any nominations for the final carnival of 2012.  Feel free to visit his site and nominate your favorite posts this month – maybe even send a link or two from your own blog.

The very first Biblioblog Carnival was hosted by Joel Ng in April of 2005 at Ebla Logs.  That blog has long since closed, but the  the second Carnival still exists,  written by Tyler Williams at Codex in February of 2006. Tyler Williams was the keeper of the Carnival List until at least 2009, here is a list of carnivals at least to December 2009.  He also has an excellent description of what a Carnival ought to look like.  When last seen, Williams was hosting Christian Carnival #435, but it does not look like Codex has been active in a while.

Since this is the last week of the year, here is a list of the past carnivals for the year:

January 2012 by former Keeper of the Carnival List Jim Linville  at Dr. Jim’s Thinking Shop.

February 2012 by Amanda at Cheese-Wearing Theology.

March 2012 by Duane Smith at Abnormal Interests.

April 2012 by  Jonathan Robinson over at  ξἐνος.

May 2012 was hosted by Political Jesus.

June 2012 by Christian Brady at Targumim.

July 2012 was hosted here at Reading Acts.

August 2012 by Jim West at Zwinglius Redivivus.

September 2012 by Tim Bulkeley at Sansblogue.

October 2012 by the Team at Bible*Literature*Translation.

November 2012 – an epic Carnival by Bob at Dust.

Which brings me to January 2013.  I am looking for volunteers for the 2013 Carnival Season.  Carnivals are a great way to attract attention to your site if you are new blogger, but more importantly it gives you a chance to highlight the best and the brightest in the world of bibliblogs.  If you would like to host a Carnival in 2013, send me an @gmail.com email (plong42), or a comment on this post and I can contact you.

 

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