published in most of the leading journals of her day including the Athenæum, to which she contributed along with her friend Helen Zimmern
Critic Marysa Demoor
's and others' access...
Millicent Garrett Fawcett
ceased contributing to the Athenæum in the mid-1880s. At that time, she was in a position of increasing conflict with Liberal Unionists, and Sir Charles Dilke
had been named as a co-respondent in a...
During her tenure she encountered the very best and worst of late Victorian poetry. Her published reviews, which critic Marysa Demoor
characterises as expressing a hesitant modernism,
Demoor, Marysa. “Women Poets as Critics in the Athenæum: Ungendered Anonymity Unmasked”. Nineteenth-Century Prose, No. 1, pp. 51 -71.