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Kylie Grant recently completed an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Kent at Canterbury, earning a distinction. Her short fiction has been published in print and online. She works as a librarian in London and obsesses over orderly bookshelves and stolen stationery. The House that We Built is her first novel, and she was inspired to write it by her teenage years spent reading crime novels and an overabundance of broken hearted poets. If you would like to know more or would just like to say hello please contact her at kyliegrant121@gmail.com.
The Lighthouse is a melancholy story of a middle aged man Futh, who goes on a walking holiday to Germany after his wife leaves him...
That Said is a collection of both old and new poetry by Jane Shore. It stretches back to the highly regarded Eye Level collection ...
Please Look After Mom is a novel that opens like a murder mystery, and transforms into a poetic, tragic, and ultimately redemptive...
Kylie Grant reviews "The Death of Carrie Bradshaw," a tender story of one man’s secret love for one of his students, carefully e...
Kylie Grant reviews Emma Henderson's debut novel, "Grace Williams Says It Loud": "it is a brave book and one that plays with the r...
Kylie Grant writes about the SlutWalk protest movement and the political rhetoric concerning the definition of rape: "Instead...
Kylie Grant shares her writer's retreat experience where she "disconnected from the internet, went on long, rambling walks an...
Kylie Grant wondered where second wave feminism could be resonating within the voices of contemporary women. She searched for voic...
Kylie Grant writes about the global women's movement and variations in women's goals concerning equality.
Kylie Grant reviews Fatima Bhutto's Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter's Memoir (Nation Books, 2010). Grant gives a balanced rev...
Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism Virago Press Ltd, 2010 Review by Kylie Grant Natasha Walter’s Living Dolls: The Return of...
by Kylie Grant I have a dirty, shameful secret. A secret not even uttered to my closest friend, to my boyfriend in a drunken confe...