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Alison Mead's new play at She Writes on 24 November

We are delighted to announce that three4all theatre will present a reading of Alison Mead’s new play ‘Politic Man’ as part of She Writes (at Roundabout Nights) on 24 November. 229 more words

Women Playwrights

Week 12

My jeans didn’t close today and really that’s fine although of course I’m watching my arms and legs and face, trying to see if they’re getting fat. 504 more words


Georgette Heyer and Frances Fenwick Williams

 Frances Fenwick Williams, Canadian novelist, wrote stories for this review and the like.

 She was the daughter of a stock market executive in Montreal, a few years married by 1913, but estranged from her husband who lived in New York City in a private club most of his life. 517 more words

Montreal Suffrage

The Good, The Bad, & the Ugly of Deadlines: Pt. 2

Sydney St. Clair continues:

Today, I’ll finish talking about deadlines, those necessary evil’s of life. Let’s look at:

Types of Deadlines Writers Face

Completed Manuscripts… 1,674 more words

Women Writers

Women Writers of the Renaissance, Part 2

Elizabeth Cary (1585-1639) was the first known woman playwright who was known as a scholar, poet, and religious polemicist. And unlike some of the woman already mentioned, Cary was frustrated with her subservient position as a wife and a mother. 874 more words

Looming in to the Future


            Perhaps it was the fairy stories and folk tales that I loved as a child that lead me to love weaving. The images of the spinning wheels and looms have lingered in my memory far clearer than that of any charming prince. 257 more words

Writing for Our Better Selves

These are the first lines of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh, a poem in nine books which was particularly beloved of Emily Dickinson. I’m just diving in to my copy, an 1884 printing of the 1859 text. 31 more words