The Curtain Blown by the Breeze by Muriel Spark posted on 11 Mar 2016
A short story originally published by The London Magazine in 1961
William Cobbett: forgotten chronicler of England posted on 10 Mar 2016
Martin Chilton writing in The Telegraph has prepared an interesting review of the life of William Cobbett
Gender neutral language...difficult even at the end of the best pens? posted on 10 Mar 2016
Gender neutral language...difficult even at the end of the best pens? An interesting (but unattributed) blog entry on the Women's History Network site
Crossing the Invisible Line posted on 10 Mar 2016
Dan Chiasson reviews some of the poetry of one of America's most famous and success living poets - Eileen Myles.
Dorothy Parker: 'She was a star, but a dark star' posted on 09 Mar 2016
A very interesting opinion piece from The Guardian children's books web pages about Dorothy Parker
15 Authors Share Their All-Time Favorite Bedtime Stories for Kids posted on 07 Mar 2016
The Brightly website has posted a great little blog article about bedtime stories for children.
Woodstock, Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin: the musicians' paradise that soured posted on 07 Mar 2016
The manager Albert Grossman created a musicians' haven in the small town of Woodstock
Jeanette Winterson, Julia Donaldson, Julian Barnes, David Hare … my mother before I knew her posted on 06 Mar 2016
Inspired by Carol Ann Duffy’s poem Before You Were Mine
Black Women Writers and the Secret Space of Diaries posted on 06 Mar 2016
Morgan Jerkins is inspired by Helen Oyeyemi's short story "What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours".
Claire Harman on feminist trailblazers posted on 05 Mar 2016
Claire Harman on feminist trailblazers Author Claire Harman explains why Charlotte Brontë was such a feminist revolutionary