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Lottie Whalen talks to editor and author Francesca Wade about her prize-winning book, Square Haunting, the single women who sought to find a room of their own in Bloomsbury, her research and writing processes, and why the book resonates for women today.
Read More “Interview with acclaimed author Francesca Wade: ‘You really get a sense, in these women’s letters and novels, of the exhilaration that having a place of their own brought about’”
Sleeplessness gives way to the dreamy promise of luscious fruits, beautiful bodies and fantastical lands in Elodie Rose Barnes’ poetry, inspired, in part, by Leonora Carrington and H. D.
Read More “‘Insomnia’ and other poems by Elodie Rose Barnes”
Jade French muses on the idea of ‘home’ and the relationships that create one, when looking at Mina Loy’s assemblage, Househunting, c.1950.
Read More “Postcards in Isolation 21: Mina Loy, Househunting, c.1950”
Throughout history Eurydice has been portrayed as a voiceless cypher next to the vocal brilliance of her husband Orpheus. But does the ENO’s 2019 programme of Gluck, Offenbach and Glass alter this? asks our writer Miriam Al Jamil.
Read More “Eurydice Among the Shades”