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Louise Page

Louise Page is a writer from the North-East of England. When she isn't working on a script, she can be found reading a book or painting. She is obsessive about literature, film, intersectional feminism and witchcraft, and often writes about these topics.

Posts by Louise Page

Illustrated portrait of Rosa May Billinghurst, Helen Keller and Mabel Normand all of whom are wearing early 20th Century dress. They are coloured in hues of blue and sit within a hand drawn frame

New Women: fictionalised podcast series tells the stories of first wave disabled feminists

New Women is a fictionalised podcast series which interweaves the stories of disabled first-wave feminists Rosa May Billinghurst, Helen Keller and Mabel Normand. Throughout each 10-minute episode, the women narrate their lives in the early twentieth century.  Written by Louise Page, New Women introduces the elements of intersectionality that were present ...

Illustrated portrait of Rosa May Billinghurst, Helen Keller and Mabel Normand all of whom are wearing early 20th Century dress. They are coloured in hues of blue and sit within a hand drawn frame