Standard Name: Arrowsmith, Pat
Birth Name: Pat Margaret Arrowsmith
's writing—novels, poetry, memoirs and non-fiction, spanning much of the later twentieth century—reflects her lifelong commitment to militant political activism. Her work firmly expresses her socialist, pacifist, and feminist politics and often contains a strong autobiographical element. It concentrates on outsiders to society—prisoners, the elderly, the working-class—and explores the tensions and interpersonal problems faced by activist groups. Much of her writing has been done while serving prison sentences.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Breakout. Edinburgh University Student Publication Board, 1975.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Drawing to Extinction. Hearing Eye, 2000.
Arrowsmith, Pat. I Should Have Been a Hornby Train. Heretic Books, 1995.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Jericho. Cresset Press, 1965.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Jericho. Heretic Books, 1984.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Many are Called. Onlywomen Press, 1998.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Nine Lives. Brentham, 1990.
Arrowsmith, Pat. On the Brink. Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1981.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Somewhere Like This. W. H. Allen, 1970.
Arrowsmith, Pat. The Colour of Six Schools. Friends Community Relations Committee: Community and Race Relations Unit, British Council of Churches, 1972.
Arrowsmith, Pat. The Prisoner. Journeyman Press, 1982.
Arrowsmith, Pat. Thin Ice. Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1984.
Arrowsmith, Pat. To Asia in Peace. Sidgwick and Jackson, 1972.