Writers' Club


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Leisure and Society Ruby M. Ayres
She regularly held membership in a London club, belonging in the 1920s to the Lyceum Club and the Writers' Club , and later to the Ladies' Carlton Club .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Leisure and Society Charlotte O'Conor Eccles
She belonged to a number of London clubs for professional women: the Writers' Club (founded 1892, first president John Strange Winter , which, she said, was invaluable in teaching her the need for assertiveness),
O’Conor Eccles, Charlotte. “The Experience of a Woman Journalist”. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Vol.
, pp. 830-8.
153 (June 1893): 836
Leisure and Society Violet Hunt
VH hosted luncheons for Radclyffe Hall , Bram Stoker , H. G. Wells and others at the Writers' Club in Bruton Street. She later claimed: It was the first really literary and journalistic women's...
Occupation B. M. Croker
BMC 's accepted status as a writer is marked both by her membership of the Writers' Club and the Sesame Club , and by the visit at Bray in 1896 from Helen Black , to...
Occupation Beatrice Harraden
Apart from her suffrage affiliations, BH also served on the committees of various women's organizations: the Writers' Club (whose first president was John Strange Winter ), the London International Lyceum Club (which Constance Smedley founded...
Occupation Constance Smedley
As well as working in London as an illustrator and a theatrical designer, CS involved herself in the issue of institutional support for young professional women. She approved the efforts of the Writers' Club but...
Occupation John Strange Winter
JSW became the first president of the all-female Writers' Club .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Bainbridge, Oliver, and Alfred Edward Turner. John Strange Winter: A Volume of Personal Record. East and West.
politics Isabella Ormston Ford
She was also a member of the London-based Writers' Club , the Women's Institute —which embraced an educational programme of appalling size, to the frivolous mind—and the Pioneer Club , which counted IOF ,...
politics Dora Sigerson
The Club grew out of the Writers' Club , an organization for women writers in London. It was the brainchild of Constance Smedley , and Writers' Club members who were founding members of the Lyceum...
Textual Features John Strange Winter
Winter's other writing commitments prompted her to cease editing Winter's Weekly in September 1894, but it continued publication until 1895.
Winter wrote that she was handing over to a sister writer with capable hands,
Youngkin, Molly. “"Independent in Thought and Expression, Kindly and Tolerant in Tone": Henrietta Stannard, <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘j’>Golden Gates</span>, and Gender Controversies in Fin-de-Siècle Periodicals”. Victorian Periodicals Review, Vol.
, No. 3, pp. 307-29.
Textual Production Constance Smedley
The author later wrote that this book sprang from her inner conflict between the values of the London artistic world (the golden world of woman's sheltered graciousness, of romantic and enthusiastic friendships pursued on...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text John Strange Winter
JSW also used Winter's Weekly to promote some of her other interests: while president of the Writers' Club , for instance, she reported here on the organisation's proceedings, and the nature and increasing size of...


1932: Margaret Louisa Woods edited a collection...

Women writers item


Margaret Louisa Woods edited a collection from the Poetry Circle of the Writers' Club , The Writers' Club Anthology.


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