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'The Bloody Chamber & Other Stories' Paper Cutting

I’m not a massive book lover, but Roxie certainly is! Her paper cut commission was based on re-creating the front cover of one of her favourite books by Angela Carter. 277 more words

Paper Cutting

Angela Carter

The author Angela Carter has provided a great deal of inspiration for my recent work on the degree course.

She was born in Eastbourne on 7th May 1940 during the second World War. 60 more words

Follow Angela Carter on Facebook & Twitter

A new online resource for fans of Carter’s work

Angela Carter in 1976. Photograph: Fay Godwin

Vintage editions of Angela Carter’s work

Caleb Sivyer has just established an online resource for news, events, and publications on the writer and journalist Angela Carter. 19 more words

20th Century

My Month in Books: March

Hello, everyone! I want to share some of the fantastic books that I’ve been reading this month. I’m working on a project that involves fairy tales for school, but the books I found are pretty awesome and not like any fairy tales I’ve read before. 727 more words


Angela Carter and her Bloody Chamber

Originally published and still available on ZUSTERSCHAP for their “Revolutionary Women” theme (20/03/16).

Unfortunately, I am unable to recall the exact moment that Angela Carter entered my life; one moment she was not there, the next she was. 470 more words


Wise Children by Angela Carter

This was my first book of the Rereadathon and the one that immediately popped in to my head when I first signed up. I first read Wise Children back in 2007 when I first started my A Levels and I loved it back then, and I love it now. 207 more words

Book Review

Thanks for Poets, all

Thank you to the efforts of the dead or currently aching, who wrote in their times of possibility, instead of exploring the various ways the dead can be living. 164 more words