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Jackie Morris: Live stream

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A live stream performance of our event with Jackie Morris marking International Women's Day.

Join Jackie Morris as she explores the power of fairytales and feminist heroes. This event will celebrate two gorgeously illustrated and extended reissues of East of the Sun and West of the Moon and The Wild Swans by Jackie Morris, the Kate Greenaway Medal-winning co-author of The Lost Words. These special editions have been completely redesigned by Alison O’ Toole, the designer of The Lost Words which Morris collaborated on with Robert McFarlane.

Jackie will be interviewed by Professor Carolyne Larrington who is an expert in folklore and myths. You can read more about Carolyne here.

Tickets for the live event are available here.

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