Janet @ the Library of Michigan

Friend and fellow classmate, Janet Curtiss, was über creative (not to mention witty) by creating a colophon for her recent term paper on Women and Book Production, Medieval to Colonial Times. Originally, she included it at the end of her paper, but rather opted to embed the colophon in the email used for submitting the assignment. It reads:

It is wythe greate pleasure that the writer declayres this worke to be finished as her fingers are tyred and her braine celles emptye. Praise be to thee, O Maxwell House, for allowing the great blessing of completeing this worke.

I just love bookish humor! Thanks for sharing, Janet!