Articles by Georgina Lane

Literary Lane: A Mixed Bag of Books

September 6, 2016

  On the surface Elizabeth, Just Sixteen by Cecilia Paul seems like it could be a potentially emotive and informative piece of work. The story revolves around Elizabeth who at the age of 16 [read more]

Literary Lane: Bailey’s Prize 2016

July 6, 2016

  As the dust settles on another year of the Bailey’s Prize for Women’s Fiction, I think it’s important to remember just how amazing this prize is. In a world where women still struggle [read more]

Literary Lane: Festive Holiday Reads

December 29, 2015

  The first book to kick off your holiday reading list is Fear of Dying by Erica Jong. Some of you more astute readers may recognise her name, in 1973 Erica published ‘Fear of Flying’ [read more]

Literary Lane: The Pomegranate Tree

November 10, 2015

  The Pomegranate Tree by Vanessa Altin is the story of a young girl named Dilvan, a Kurdish girl whose entire life and family has been ripped apart by a killer cult as they journey through [read more]
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