New voices, big names and the best writing around

Category results

Current Affairs and Politics

 


blog

Whose party is it, anyway?

from The Way We Live Now

Twitter: @emmabishton

My thoughts on education, healthcare and other issues of interest - and often on how these things fit (or don't fit) together.


Sarah Graham

Women for Refugee Women: “In our hopeless condition, we give each other hope”

from Sarah Graham

Twitter: @SarahGraham7

Journalism, Feminism, Literature and Culture.


blog

Single Mum Speaks: Award Winning Blogger

from Single Mum Speaks

Single mother by choice, blogging my unconventional journey to parenthood and my ongoing attempts to win the Public Badge of Good Motherhood


blog

Feeding the Fight Against the Dakota Access Pipeline

from Kitchen Counter Culture

Food and activism.


lyndajane

Ulcerative Colitis: Crippling pain, bleeding and crap jokes

from Freelance Mum

Twitter: @freelancemum

Freelancing and motherhood are like mayonnaise. Sometimes a perfect emulsion. More often a curdled mess.


Emsyblog

Never ending or beginning like an ever spinning wheel.

from EmsyBlog

Twitter: @elphiemcdork

Loony lefty feminist talks about everything that falls out her brain.


...and all that Chas

Lionel Shriver, Race and Privilege

from ...and All That Chas

Twitter: @EnstonJump

If it's sexist, chances are I'll be writing about it.


Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

Technologies of Touch and Queer Errors

from Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

Twitter: @LucyAllenFWR

Blogging about feminism, women's history, and how the past can help us understand the present.


ElizabethMcFarlane

Baby's gone, again.

from I Don't Know How She Doesn't Do It

Twitter: @doesnotdoit

A freelance journalist who writes for the family sections for The Times and other national press papers, also blogs about her life as a parent.


blog

Our Leadership Candidates

from The Unexpected Socialist

Thoughts on current political and economics issues from an unashamedly socialist perspective.