Category Archives: Feminism

Trust

Not everyone sees a relationship the same way. Advertisements

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Magical Intersections

In answer to a question to the panel…

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The Queen

The last woman on Earth holds the destiny of the entire species within her – but is she a queen or a prisoner?

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Dad and Mary

Rebecca is lost. Her love life is a mess, her career’s going nowhere and, to top it all off, the one stable thing in her life is about to disappear. Coping with grief is hard enough, but for Rebecca and … Continue reading

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Veni, Vidi, Erupti

Sasha is Professor Coltrane’s new lab assistant. He’s an (apparently) great man who believes he was born in the wrong era and who intends to put that right.

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Mosaic

An ancient ruin is under threat from developers and, on a cold winter’s day, one woman stands up for what she believes. But she isn’t the first woman to be forced to fight back against a more powerful enemy in … Continue reading

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Strata

Melanie has a lot to live up to: a famous mother and an even more famous grandmother, a legend of palaeontology. Part of her wants to follow in her footsteps, but a bizarre and impossible discovery threatens to undo over … Continue reading

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