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Ethel Carnie's 'This Slavery': A Radical Tale from a Rebel Woman

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A Pendle Radicals event for IWD2021 with the creators of a new podcast series exploring Ethel Carnie's 1925 novel This Slavery.

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A Pendle Radicals and Libraries Connected 'in conversation' event for International Women's Day with Jules Gibb and Liz Robertson, creators of a new podcast series exploring Ethel Carnie's 1925 novel This Slavery, a radical feminist and socialist tale of love, loss, poverty and politics. Offering a unique insight into why and how this podcast came about, the importance of the text and the impact that the extraordinary Ethel herself had on the world, the event will also include an exclusive preview extract from the third and final episode of This Slavery: Blackleg Beer & A New Career.

This event will be hosted on Zoom by our partners at Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership. Details for the gathering will be sent to you in an email when you reserve your place, and again closer to the date.

If you haven't used Zoom before, we suggest that you take a little time to familiarise yourself with it beforehand.

You only need one booking per household if you will be joining us on the same device. EG if there are two of you who will be viewing/listening on the same laptop, you only need make one booking. If you want to use different devices you'll need to make a booking for each.

The first episode of This Slavery: Pies, Chips and Politics is available now on Spotify and other podcast platforms.

This Slavery podcast series was created by Jules Gibb, Liz Robertson and Scott Robertson. It is a Pendle Radicals podcast commissioned by Mid Pennine Arts and Lancashire County Council in partnership with Libraries Connected. Pendle Radicals is part of the Pendle Hill programme, supported by National Lottery players through the Heritage Fund. The series is part of the BBC Novels That Shaped the World project, funded by Arts Council England.


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