by Makayla Lewis Paper: Daler-Rowley Sketchbook (Spiral Bound) Canvas size: A4 Pen: Stabilo 88 Black Pen Markers: Copic Markers Makayla Lewis website
Jamilah Ahmed writes about our Salon with Maggie Gee, killing the Father, and laughter as resistance.
By Marta Maretich On a freezing January night, Upper Wimpole Street Salon members convened at the warm home of Lucasta Miller to hear renown novelist Sarah Moss talk about her latest book, Ghost Wall. Salon committee member, Jamilah Ahmed kicked off a conversation that soon grew into a wide-ranging and intimate discussion of the novel, […]
by Jamilah Ahmed The enjoyment of any Upper Wimpole Literary Salon evening begins as soon as you cross the threshold – into the home of another writer, and into the company of other writers. We have put aside all other responsibilities to talk to one another, and collectively validate the often solitary work we are […]
by Catherine Temma On September 26th, we hosted Ruth Padel for our first event in a new location. I have taken up hosting, along with Lucasta Miller, and I was understandably nervous, but with committee members Karen Scourby D’Arc and Julia Weiner on hand to help, everything went smoothly. Two days before I had seen […]