Tag Archives: Angela Carter
Marvellous Machine will be performing their stage adaptation of Angela Carter’s ‘The Tiger’s Bride’ at the Oxford Playhouse, 11-16 September 2017. ‘The Tiger’s Bride’ is one of Carter’s marvellous transformations of the ‘Beauty and the Beast’ tale in her famous … Continue reading
Here’s an account of a fascinating radio interview on Angela Carter with Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts, Associate Professor of English literature at UWE, with a link to the interview.
A season of films on fairy tale and Gothic forests, Into the Woods at the Barbican (including Neil Jordan’s adaptation of Angela Carter’s tales, The Company of Wolves, which inspired OGOM’s 2015 conference). Join us as we venture in to the … Continue reading
More useful links on ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (see previous posts by Sam and I). First, a short piece by Constance Grady on some of the many various adaptations of the tales, covering Robin McKinley’s Beauty and Rose Daughter, Angela … Continue reading
Further to Sam’s post below, I’m writing a paper on YA adaptations of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ for the Damsels in Redress: Women in Contemporary Fairy-Tale Reimaginings at Queen’s University, Belfast (7-8 April), so the tale is very much on … Continue reading
Still commemorating Angela Carter, twenty-five years after her death, here are some more useful links: Here’s a great article by John Dugdale on Carter’s legacy, including her influence in music: ‘Angela’s influence: what we owe to Carter‘ (though some connections … Continue reading
There seems to be something cropping up every day about the fabulous Angela Carter! Here are links to four Carter-related items that I’ve come across: This exhibition, The Bloody Chamber, at the Koppel Project in London from 8 Feb to … Continue reading
Angela Carter is no stranger to these pages–she is crucial in giving literature of the fantastic/Gothic its subversive edge and in the transformation of genres that fuels much OGOM research. The editors of a forthcoming collection, Dr Charlotte Crofts (Associate … Continue reading
From the brilliant Angela Carter Online website (thanks to Caleb Sivyer), here’s a fascinating discussion between Angela Carter and Neil Jordan, the director of the film adaptation of Carter’s wolf narratives as The Company of Wolves.
Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, 10 Dec 2016-19 Mar 2017
It’s rare that I don’t post anything on Angela Carter. And so here’s an event, or series of events, in Bristol on Carter that looks really amazing: Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter. There’s an exhibition of works that … Continue reading