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Helen Taylor
Professor Emeritus University of Exeter FRSA FEA Director Liverpool Literary Festival 2018 www.liverpoolliteraryfestival
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Helen Taylor Feb 28
Congratulations Maggie!
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Helen Taylor Feb 28
Congratulations Lennie on an important and truly riveting social and cultural history of feminist publishing. Looking forward to talking with you about it soon at AyeWrite Glasgow and Chipping Camden festivals.
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Helen Taylor Feb 15
Great to see your tweet Amy. Hope all’s well with you.
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Helen Taylor Feb 14
Really enjoying your novel and looking foward to meeting you.
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Beth O'Leary Feb 5
Really excited for this one: I'll be at the Lowry in Salford on March 27th for Words Weekend, talking to the amazing and about why women read fiction. Tickets on sale now!
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Helen Taylor Feb 8
Brilliant series of covers. How many more times do we have to argue for ungendered covers of novels?
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Helen Taylor Feb 6
So glad you love this painting as I do. Thanks for commenting on the images - no one else has mentioned them!
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Helen Taylor Feb 6
Replying to @zebrapumpkin
Thanks for this message Val. I loved that library
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Helen Taylor Feb 5
Warmest congratulations Jess on both fronts. Good luck with the baby and the fab job
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Helen Taylor Feb 5
It was a great discussion with two fine writers. Both of them so eloquent about their reading lives
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Helen Taylor Feb 5
Can’t wait to meet you both and talk about women’s reading and writing
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Helen Taylor Jan 27
What does Hmmm mean exactly?
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Helen Taylor Jan 17
Congratulations to the brilliant Elaine Showalter
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Helen Taylor Jan 17
Helen was indeed the most generous and emotionally intelligent of writers who encouraged and mentored many. She is sorely missed.
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Amanda Craig Jan 17
So good to hear seminal book Why Women Read as Book of the aweek ! Esp the name-check for , who used her Orange Prize fame to help & encourage many other women novelists, myself included. Much-missed, much-loved.
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Helen Taylor Jan 16
Very good to hear from you Dennis. What are you doing these days?
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Helen Taylor Jan 14
What a great panel and a discussion that could have gone on for hours. Superbly chaired by Naomi Paxton.
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Helen Taylor Jan 13
Yes this is indeed a fabulous programme. Congratulations Sian!
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Helen Taylor Jan 7
Thanks a lot Amanda. So glad I got Bernie in!
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Andrew Holgate Jan 5
“Even the keenest [female] readers find it hard to indulge without feeling guilty. The greatest taboo, it seems, is reading in bed in the morning.” on a fascinating study of women and reading, The Sunday Times
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