“Inspirational Women”. ASHA.
Arts Council England
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|Family and Intimate relationships||A. S. Byatt||
Her daughter Antonia Byatt , born in Durham on 13 April 1960, was the first Director of the Women's Library
before moving on in September 2007 to become literature director of Arts Council England .
|Material Conditions of Writing||U. A. Fanthorpe||
UAF published her long-awaited Collected Poems 1978-2003 with Peterloo Poets , which already knew that its annual funding of £55,000 from Arts Council England was due to be axed in March 2006.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop. http://Bookshop.Blackwell.co.uk, http://Bookshop.Blackwell.co.uk.
Chambers, Harry. “Poetic loss”. Guardian Unlimited.
As a writer RP derives her income not from publishing books but from reading, journalism, travel writing, radio, teaching and applying for arts council grants.
She teaches (in 2016) creative writing...
Ruth Padel. http://web.archive.org/web/20090507090438/http://www.ruthpadel.com/index.htm, http://web.archive.org/web/20090507090438/http://www.ruthpadel.com/index.htm.
Interview in the Guardian
CB took Third Prize in the 1992 National Poetry Competition, and in 1997 she received a Writer's Award from the Arts Council of England (ACE).
Byron, Catherine. Emails about Catherine Byron to Jane Haslett.
|Textual Production||Catherine Byron||
In 1997 the BBC and the Arts Council commissioned CB to produce Writing on Skins, in which she explores writing on vellum, in collaboration with artist Denis Brown , for the Write Out Loud...
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