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05: Group authorship

By Stella Cardus

05: Group authorship

The publication of several anthologies during the late eighties and early nineties continued QueenSpark's tradition of collaboration and group authorship.

A typical example is 'Paper on the Wind' published in 1984. This has a strong feminist influence and contains both poetry and prose emanating from a women’s writing group (above) run by QueenSpark. Other examples are:

'Writers Reign' (1991), the product of three QueenSpark women’s writing groups in Brighton & Hove.

'Tales from the Sanctuary' (1995), an anthology of readings that were given at a QueenSpark performance evening at the Sanctuary cafe in Hove.

These publications set the scene for a remarkable series of publications ...

This page was amended on 13/05/2015
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