Articles about 'romance novels'

Theatre and Dance at the Edinburgh Fringe – part one

Hot on the heels of our first set of Edinburgh Festival Fringe reviews comes our second. This post covers shows from the Theatre and Dance, Physical Theatre & Circus sections of the programme

Various Authors // 10 August 2016

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

New feature: Breaking up with romance

It’s not you, it’s me. Lex De Laney explains why she is taking a 12-month break from romance to concentrate on herself When I turned 25 last year, I went...

Jess McCabe // 28 June 2011

Categories: Blog

Breaking up with romance

It's not you, it's me. Lex De Laney explains why she is taking a 12-month break from romance to concentrate on herself

Lex De Laney //

Categories: Sex and Relationships

New feature: The revolution is in you

Chloe Stopa-Hunt looks back to the historical figure of Lucile Duplessis from the French Revolution and considers how she has been ‘put back’ into history by modern writers In the...

Jess McCabe // 4 May 2011

Categories: Blog

The revolution is in you

Chloe Stopa-Hunt looks back to the historical figure of Lucile Duplessis from the French Revolution and considers how she has been 'put back' into history by modern writers

Chloe Stopa-Hunt //

Categories: Culture and Media, Feminism, Herstory

New review: More to Mills and Boon than this

Guilty Pleasures chronicles three women’s relationships with the saucy book production line that is Mills and Boon. But, asks Mathilda Gregory, why did the documentary makers misrepresent the publishing empire...

Jess McCabe // 11 March 2011

Categories: Blog

More to Mills and Boon than this

Guilty Pleasures chronicles three women's relationships with the saucy book production line that is Mills and Boon. But, asks Mathilda Gregory, why did the documentary makers misrepresent the publishing empire by means of one, unrepresentative, male writer?

Mathilda Gregory //

Categories: Films

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