PODCAST – Feb 2018 – This month, I have mostly been reading…

Join Jess (@BookElfLeeds) and myself for a meander through our February reads. Books discussed (in detail) Dream Lake by Lisa Klepas The Master and Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov Seasons of my Life - Hannah Hauxwell His Dark Materials Trilogy and the Book of Dust - Philip Pullman Jamaica Inn - Daphne du Maurier (where we … Continue reading PODCAST – Feb 2018 – This month, I have mostly been reading…

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EVENT – Bristol Literature Festival!

The Bristol Women’s Literature Festival returns for 2015 Some of the literary scene’s brightest stars are arriving in Bristol to join a unique festival that celebrates women’s writing. After its dazzling success in 2013, the Bristol Women’s Literature Festival is delighted to announce it is returning to Watershed on the 14th and 15th March 2015. … Continue reading EVENT – Bristol Literature Festival!

An Awesome Austen Event!

Are you an Austen fan?  Are you THE Austen fan? Would you like to meet and mingle with other like minded souls?   Then the Bristol Women's Literature Festival is about to make your day... We’re looking for a young person aged 16-25 who has a passion for Jane Austen to take part in our … Continue reading An Awesome Austen Event!

Women’s Literature Festival-Womens Writing Today-Stella Duffy

In the build up to the Women's Literature Festival in Bristol on the 16-17 March, BookElf will be reviewing the work of the writers on the Womens Writing Today panel. The event will look at the issues facing women writers today, and their inspirations for their work.   I had never read any Stella Duffy, … Continue reading Women’s Literature Festival-Womens Writing Today-Stella Duffy

Women’s Literature Festival-Womens Writing Today-Beatrice Hitchman

In the build up to the Women's Literature Festival in Bristol on the 16-17 March, BookElf will be reviewing the work of the writers on the Womens Writing Today panel. The event will look at the issues facing women writers today, and their inspirations for their work. Beatrice Hitchman lived in Paris for a year … Continue reading Women’s Literature Festival-Womens Writing Today-Beatrice Hitchman

Women’s Literature Festival-Women’s Writing Today-Selma Dabbagh

In the build up to the Women's Literature Festival in Bristol on the 16-17 March, BookElf will be reviewing the work of the writers on the Womens Writing Today panel. The event will look at the issues facing women writers today, and their inspirations for their work. This book, the debut novel by British Palestinian … Continue reading Women’s Literature Festival-Women’s Writing Today-Selma Dabbagh

Women’s Literature Festival-Womens Writing Today-Helen Dunmore

In the build up to the Women's Literature Festival in Bristol on the 16-17 March, BookElf will be reviewing the word of the writers on the Womens Writing Today panel. The event will look at the issues facing women writers today, and their inspirations for their work. Helen Dunmore Photo by Caroline Forbes I first … Continue reading Women’s Literature Festival-Womens Writing Today-Helen Dunmore

Women’s Literature Festival-Women’s Writing Today-Bidisha

In the build up to the Women's Literature Festival in Bristol on the 16-17 March, BookElf will be reviewing the word of the writers on the Womens Writing Today panal. The event will look at the issues facing women writers today, and their inspirations for their work. Bidisha Bidisha is a writer and critic whose … Continue reading Women’s Literature Festival-Women’s Writing Today-Bidisha

The Lightbulb Moment-the Launch

I've plugged it, and reviewed it, and now I'm going to celebrate it! The Lightbulb Moment, edited by Sian Norris, is a collection of writing from people identifying as feminists, about the reasons behind them becoming so. Some are sad, some are funny, but all of them make you think. Sian is launching the book … Continue reading The Lightbulb Moment-the Launch