Well, I've been utter rubbish at keeping to my promise to blog the festival, haven't I ... I do still intend to post my take on the weekend - apart from the alcohol-sodden posts that precede this one. In the meantime, either as an act of sharing or as a cheapskate way to make up for my own omissions, I thought you might like to see links to the many other posts I've found via the Twitter hashtag #FoW12 and elsewhere.
This one with the ultimate linkiness to the fab resources on her blog is from Emma Darwin.
A non-alcoholic post from the gorgeous Talli Roland.
This post from Consummate Chaos, one of the shortlisted entrants for Friday Night Live, really gives a flavour of the weekend.
Wonderful Julie Cohen gives 4 pieces of essential advice here.
Philip Coulbourn gives his response to the feedback he received from the 1-1s.
Imran Siddiq aka Flickimp has blogged here as a Festie veteran.
Virginia Moffat has written a final blog here but check her previous posts too.
I'm sure there are many more so I'll update this post as I find them.
Great post from Elizabeth Monaghan about the journey from terror to bliss.
The spirit of York really comes over in Isabel Costello's post which also includes some blush-inducing words about yours truly.
Phil Rogers has a somewhat unusual to-do list.
A WordCloud post about Julie Cohen's character workshop.
Fifty Shades of York on WordCloud.
Talli Roland (again) on self-publishing being represented at York.
Consummate Chaos (again) on the benefits of a critique.
Rob Darke pulls out the important messages from keynote addresses.
Wendy Loveday posts about why she loves the festival.
Mrs T has written a publishing acrostic.
Amanda Saint gets emotional.
Kristin Celms compares her work self and her writing self.
J.C. Martin kicks off a week of York posts here.
Tenacityflux has written a wonderful post on WordCloud.
Andrew Wille has included some incredibly useful links in his post.
Philip Colbourn gets to grips with Psychic Distance.
Julian at WordWatchers finds that his second album anxiety was misplaced.
Anthony Madigan talks about Andrew Wille's four elements.
Jon Spira on screen writing, dreams, reality and expectations.
Rob Darke (again) on age.
J.C. Martin compares pros and cons of trade, self and indie publishing.
This Cloud post captures the raw emotions that abound at York.
Another one on the Cloud - the trucker's tale.
Wise words from Kristin Celms (again).
The lines between fact and fiction blur in this beautiful Cloud post.
An erudite post by Michael Clarke.
Vanessa Wester has created a blog diary of the festival.
A Cloud post about being bewildered.
Skylark ascending on the Cloud.