Caroline Criado-Perez: Do It Like A Woman reviewed by Ellie Wriglesworth

Caroline Criado-Perez has famously fought for better female representation in the media, won the Liberty Human Rights Award, and attained an OBE in 2015 for Services to Quality of Diversity. She is also confident and smiley, who demonstrated throughout the talk incredible resilience and humour. She is a normal woman, who at the beginning of … More Caroline Criado-Perez: Do It Like A Woman reviewed by Ellie Wriglesworth

‘A Journey with T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land’: Mike Tooby, Rommi Smith and Damien O’ Keeffe reviewed by Ellie Wriglesworth

T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land is literary marmite. You either love it, or you hate it. Published in 1922, it is widely regarded as one of the most important poems of the twentieth century. Speaker Antony Dunn describes it as ‘allusive and elusive’, a poem that simultaneously demands and defies interpretation. It necessitates individual engagement, … More ‘A Journey with T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land’: Mike Tooby, Rommi Smith and Damien O’ Keeffe reviewed by Ellie Wriglesworth

Ilkley Literature Festival Review: Elaine Feinstein on Sylvia Plath.

Elaine Feinstein is an indomitable figure; a prolific writer who has excelled in prose, poetry, translation and biography. Amongst many other achievements she has attained the Cholmondeley Award for Poetry, and been formally recognised for her services to literature by being granted a Civil List pension. It is no small wonder then that upon her … More Ilkley Literature Festival Review: Elaine Feinstein on Sylvia Plath.