On This Day She

On This Day She : Putting Women Back Into History, One Day At A Time

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'A joyous and celebratory tribute to all those who battled to be heard, who fought for their achievements to be recognised and honoured, who simply kept going' Kate Mosse

The tried and tested 'On This Day in History' format has elevated the stories of many people and their impact on the wider world. However, of those considered noteworthy by the Establishment, just a fraction are women. But this is not the whole story - not by half.

Our past is full of influential women, many of whom have been unfairly confined to the margins of history. Politicians, troublemakers, explorers, artists, writers, scientists and even the odd murderer; these women have shaped society around the globe.

From Beyonce to Doria Shafik, Queen Elizabeth I to Lillian Bilocca, On This Day She sets out to redress this imbalance and give voice to both those already deemed female icons, alongside others whom the history books have failed to include: the good, the bad and everything in between - this is a record of human existence at its most authentic.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 432 pages
  • 165 x 245 x 35mm | 1,210g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 9781789462715
  • 47,656

About Tania Hershman

Jo Bell is a poet and writer based in Cheshire. Her first career was as an archaeologist, specialising in industrial remains, and recording sites in Turkey first surveyed by Gertrude Bell.

Tania Hershman is a poet and writer based in Manchester. A former science journalist, she is the author of three short story collections, three books of poetry and a hybrid book, and co-author of Writing Short Stories: A Writers' & Artists' Companion.

Ailsa Holland is a poet, artist and writer based in Macclesfield. Formerly a literary historian, she is the author of a poetry pamphlet and the founder of Moormaid Press. In May 2019 she gave a TEDx talk about @OnThisDayShe.
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