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Images, sounds and text = living text

I emailed Jeanette Winterson’s publishing contact last night to ask for permission to use some of her text from Written on the Body in my film. 41 more words

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LGBT BOOK REVIEW: Arts&Lies - Jeanette Winterson

Written in the 1990s Winterson creates a version of London in the 21st century that is bleak and sad and that is abandoned by its three protagonists, Handel, Picasso and Sappho. 153 more words

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Boating for Beginners, Jeanette Winterson

Well, Dear Reader, this is my 50th book this year! We have come a long way since Lamentation in January.  So, for the 50th, I have returned to Jeanette Winterson.   335 more words

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Quote for Today: Jeanette Winterson

When I left home at sixteen I bought a small rug. It was my roll-up world. Whatever room, whatever temporary place I had, I unrolled the rug. 77 more words

Quote For Today

Kit's Crit: The Daylight Gate (Jeanette Winterson)

Starting from the assumption that Jacobean Lancashire was a rebel Catholic stronghold in a protestant country, Jeanette Winterson’s version of the most famous English witch trials is quite unlike any other.   398 more words