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Literary events in Oxford: Feminist Salon

I've decided to start writing a blog about literary events in Oxford. Not feeling very wordy (and consumed by guilt when I'm writing anything that's not my book), thus expect more photos than text.


February 1, 2019. Feminist Salon: Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors at St Hilda's College, University of Oxford

It was such an enlightening evening! I'm trying to go to almost every literary event since I moved to Oxford, and sadly there are very few interviews with female sci-fi and fantasy authors.

Feminist SalonFeminist Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors at St Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Chair of the discussion Chelsea Haith and science fiction author Stephanie Saulter
British writer, critic, and poet Roz Kaveney
Writer of speculative fiction E. J. Swift
E. J. Swift and fantasy author Juliet E. McKenna

You can find out more about St Hilda’s Feminist Salon from their website: https://sthildasfeministsalon.wordpress.com

For photography nerds: the photos were taken with Pentax K-70, the lens SMC Pentax-DA 18-135m.

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