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Studio International Review of Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter

Anna McNay has written a review of Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter for Studio International. 249 more words

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Additions to the Tbr Pile 

Happy New Year to everyone! Here’s to another year of reading and (hopefully) blogging.

I enjoyed a great trip back to Manchester, England to visit my dad. 356 more words

Speculative Fiction

The Bloody Chamber: A Taste of Angela Carter

Maria José Pires and Ricardo Bonacho have created a video inspired by Angela Carter’s short story ‘The Bloody Chamber’ (1979), entitled ‘The Bloody Chamber: A Taste of Angela Carter’. 297 more words

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Nightmares getting a bit stale? Why not reinvigorate your insomnia with Angela Carter's 'The Magic Toyshop' - you may never sleep again!

One of the joys of embarking on a reading challenge is the discovery of authors whose work has previously passed you by. Such was the case with Angela Carter, whose novel  818 more words

Reading

WWW Wednesdays

As a blogger, it turns out I’ve been set in my ways. I’ve been running What A Difference A Word Makes for a year now and, apart from a layout change a couple of months ago, it hasn’t really changed at all. 414 more words

Misc

Art History in the Pub on Angela Carter

On the 30th of January, Marie Mulvey-Roberts and Fiona Robinson will be talking about their co-curated RWA exhibition, Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter, at The White Bear in Bristol as part of the Art History in the Pub series. 211 more words

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Chamber of Secrets: The Sorcery of Angela Carter

Fairy tales were reviled in the first stirrings of post-war liberation movements as part and parcel of the propaganda that kept women down. The American poet Anne Sexton, in a caustic sequence of poems called… 2,557 more words