This doc examines Katherine Mansfield complicated relationships with her family and homeland, her turbulent personal life, her writing (credited with changing the course of the English short story) and her early death in France in 1923, at age 34. Shot in five countries and presented by Catherine Wilkin, it includes excerpts from interviews with her companion, Ida Baker (from 1974) and biographer Claire Tomalin. Ilona Rodgers reads from Mansfield’s writings.
Celebrate Muslim Women’s Writing took place on September 29th 2018 at Glasgow Women’s Library. A lively afternoon of spoken word and performance by emerging Muslim women writers exploring the theme of relationships. Also in conversation with acclaimed Muslim women writers including Safina Mazhar, Sara Shaarawi and Sufiya Ahmed. In partnership with Sheffield University Storying Relationships Project. Supported by Stellar Quines Theatre Company. Supported by the Alwaleed Centre.