Tag Archives: Women’s History Month

Rounding up the Cranky Ladies launch posts

I realised today that I hadn’t done a final round up of the blog post series our authors contributed during Women History Month to celebrate the launch of Cranky Ladies of History. So now I’m doing that, in one easy click post! … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: A story about the story you won’t see (and why that’s okay)

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: The Pirate Queen of the Connacht

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: Countess Bathory

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: Hatshepsut’s rise to power

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: Due Care with the Truth (Dr Lilian Cooper)

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: Elizabeth Tudor, last Queen standing

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: Juliet Marillier’s author notes for “Hallowed Ground”

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY: A few notes on Nora (of Kelmendi)

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”, which fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowd-funding campaign in March last year, we … Continue reading

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It’s LAUNCH MONTH for Cranky Ladies of History!

Welcome to Women’s History Month 2015, which has the theme “Weaving the stories of women’s lives”. This is pretty cool, as it fits perfectly with our Cranky Ladies of History anthology project! After 18 months of work, including our successful crowdfunding campaign in … Continue reading

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