Reviews

Reviews of books, films, and other informative and qualitative stories.

Edinburgh: Theatre Play on Global Action Day, Genoa

Theatre Workshop launched its new play “Nothing ever burns down by itself” (in relation to the Chumbawamba song “Give the anarchist a cigarette”/Anarchy) on Thursday, Friday, Saturday (3./4./5. October) in Edinburgh. The play broke down the barrier between the audience and the players by the total removal of seats and stage, constantly moving artists, audience Read the full article…


British Women’s Organisations 1825 – 1960

Peter Gordon and David Doughan, Woburn Press Now out as paperback! A good decision, as this dictionary should be as widespread as possible. A wide range of women’s organisations is introduced and explained here: the content includes not only political groups such as the suffrage groups, the ‘Women’s Anti Opium Urgency Committee’ or the ‘Rational Read the full article…


Review of “The Scottish Suffragettes”

This is a summary of an excellent book written by Leah Leneman and distributed and published via the National Museums of Scotland Publishing Limited. It’s £6,99 at the moment . The author has written extensively on women’s issues. Other books are: “A Guid Gause- The Suffrage Movement in Scotland (Mercat Press)”, “Elsie Inglis: Founder of Read the full article…


Stewart Home: Blow Job

Stewart Home: Blow Job

Blow Job ist das dritte Buch, das im Nautilus Verlag von Stewart Home erscheint. Nach den Erstlingsroman: “Pure Mania- Purer Wahnsinn; Sexual Perversion at ist most!” folgte “Stellungskrieg” dem Schlachtruf: “Anarchie! Faulheit! Polymorphe Perversion!” Und nun, seit Februar 2001: “Blow Job”. In Englisch sind ausserdem als Roman: “Red London” (Marx, Christ and Satan united in Read the full article…