Tag Archives: Katherine Mansfield

Selected Stories of Katherine Mansfield

By | September 27, 2023

Guest post by Todd Martin While one cannot really know the mind of the author—and perhaps an author doesn’t fully know her own mind in the moment of creation—notes, manuscripts, and letters provide traces of intent. Insisting on the agency of the author of a work, Sally Bushell establishes some parameters for aligning the potential… Read More »

Happy Birthday, Katherine Mansfield!

By | October 14, 2020

Guest post by Gerri Kimber I first discovered the stories of Katherine Mansfield (1888–1923) when I was sixteen. Always a book addict, I used to go into my local town – Stroud, in Gloucestershire – every Saturday morning to browse the second-hand and charity book stalls, looking for new volumes to satiate my reading habit. One day, quite randomly, I picked up a wartime edition… Read More »

Happy birthday, Katherine Mansfield!

By | October 14, 2018

Katherine Mansfield was born on October 14, 1888. To celebrate the 130th anniversary of her birth, Todd Martin explores Mansfield’s relationship to the Bloomsbury Group and her place in literary modernism. In one of the reviews of the first edition of Katherine Mansfield and the Bloomsbury Group, the reviewer – commenting that the book was… Read More »

Science fiction, Katherine Mansfield and more: January review highlights

By | January 31, 2018

Find out what people are saying about Bloomsbury books in some recent review highlights. You’re sure to discover a great new read!   Desire: A Memoir  “A delightfully cheeky yet earnest reflection on the utopian and pedestrian possibilities of sexual life … There is much to admire here: the dewy beauty of Dollimore’s limpid prose,… Read More »

International Women’s Day: our favourite female writers

By | March 8, 2012

Exciting news in the Bloomsbury offices today as 3 of our female authors have been longlisted for the Orange Prize! This is especially significant as today is International Women's Day. In celebration of this, we've decided to take a look at some of our favourite female writers in the Bloomsbury office and included some exclusive previews for you… Read More »