Category Archives: waiting room

New tides

Could it be the joys of spring perhaps or more likely the end of the teaching year drawing to a close? I’m awash with new projects I want to get going, as well as the old ones I want to … Continue reading

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Are you waiting?

what_are_you_waiting_for? Follow this link now to the rather lovely postcard for my writer-in-residence sessions on waiting at Guy’s hospital, designed by Giulia Garbin. On Wednesday 15 January from 2.00–5.00 I’ll be at the Main Reception on the ground floor, Guys Tower. … Continue reading

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Waiting in residence

Or: Things to look forward to in January I’m going to be writing in situ at Guy’s hospital for three sessions in January, talking and working with staff and patients as part of my work for chapter one of The … Continue reading

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What Rosa did next

Or rather, what do I want to do next?? Once  2 Ennerdale Drive is published (excerpts will be posted here soon), I’m looking for something new: a new project or venue perhaps. I have two versions of a waiting room … Continue reading

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Waiting Time in New York

Last week I was in New York to give a paper at the Waiting Time conference, organised by the New York University Department of Comparative Literature. Spread over three days, the conference began with opening remarks by John Hamilton (NYU) … Continue reading

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Interstitial Practices: Crossing the threshold in 2 Ennerdale Drive and other constructions

That was the title of my keynote presentation at the University of Warwick, Depatment of English and Comparative Literary Studies Department conference on 7 March 2009 titled Woman Writing Space: Representations of gender and Space in post-1850 British Women\’s Writing. … Continue reading

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