Popular Romance Project Blog Sparks Discussion

The Popular Romance HomepageSince its launch this spring, the Popular Romance Project blog has attracted more than 12,000 unique visitors, 120,000 page views, and, according to Dr. Kelly Schrum, Director of Educational Projects, 250-plus “thoughtful and engaged” comments on its more than 50 substantive blog posts.

Creative lead and senior web designer Chris Anne Raymond designed the WordPress site; it is part of a multi-pronged project, which also includes a documentary film directed by Laurie Kahn, perhaps most well-known for her earlier film Tupperware!

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