Recent creative writers–poets, novelists and short-story writers, and dramatists–have begun anew using medieval ideas, figures, and images in an original medievalism. Mary Szybist, winner of the National Book Award for poetry in 2013 for “Incardine,” centering on a humanized Mary whose life is informed by Troubadour poetry and Cathar heresy, and Bruce Holsinger, author of “A Burnable Book” (featuring Chaucer) and “The Invention of Fire” (John Gower), offer only three examples. I propose creating a Group that would attract those who write creatively about medieval contexts and who are also knowledgeable about the Middle Ages to theorize how these medievalistic modes both extend our understanding of the early period and, simultaneously, offer insight into contemporary culture and humanistic re-invention of self in hybrid creative forms.