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Dragon Cloak : Poems by Angela Stoner

July 07, 2020 Alternativestories.com Season 2 Episode 35
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Dragon Cloak : Poems by Angela Stoner
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Dragon Cloak : Poems by Angela Stoner
Jul 07, 2020 Season 2 Episode 35
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Dragon Cloak and other poems by Angela Stoner is the fifth and last in our series of podcasts featuring the work of women poets from Cornwall. 

The poems in this podcast are

"Swimming my Way Home" read by Jade Matthew
"Dragon Cloak" read by Sophie MacNair
"Travels with Dad" read by Amy Forrest

The presenter of this podcast is Hollye Sangster

Sound design, music, editing and production are by Chris Gregory
Sound effects are from freesound.org

Please listen to the other podcast in this series featuring Sarah Cave, Mary J Oliver, Ella Frears and Lesley Hale.

If you've enjoyed this podcast please check out more by Angela Stoner by visiting her page at Oversteps Books https://overstepsbooks.com/poets/angela-stoner/

and her page at the Penzance Literary Festival website https://www.pzlitfest.co.uk/speaker/angela-stoner/

In the podcast you heard a mention of the Hypatia Trust which is based in Penzance Cornwall.  Here is a link to their website https://hypatia-trust.org.uk/ and twitter account https://twitter.com/hypatia_trust

Here is a brief overview of the work of the Trust 
The Hypatia Trust was formed to collect, and make available, published and personal documentation about the achievements of women in every aspect of their lives. Central to activities has been the care, development and re-distribution of the Hypatia Collection, a unique set of sub-collections of books, artefacts, and archives, by and about women.

Created initially to oversee a major collection of women’s literature now placed on permanent loan to the University of Exeter, the Hypatia Trust has extended its interests to a wide and international range of educational engagements and partnerships.

Important to the Trust’s activities has been the will to make available – through research, publication and exhibition – the worthwhile achievements of women, so often overlooked, and even suppressed in written histories. 

Its educational activities focus on issues that affect women in families, community and society, and on the continuing need for documentation and support to their concerns.

Show Notes

Dragon Cloak and other poems by Angela Stoner is the fifth and last in our series of podcasts featuring the work of women poets from Cornwall. 

The poems in this podcast are

"Swimming my Way Home" read by Jade Matthew
"Dragon Cloak" read by Sophie MacNair
"Travels with Dad" read by Amy Forrest

The presenter of this podcast is Hollye Sangster

Sound design, music, editing and production are by Chris Gregory
Sound effects are from freesound.org

Please listen to the other podcast in this series featuring Sarah Cave, Mary J Oliver, Ella Frears and Lesley Hale.

If you've enjoyed this podcast please check out more by Angela Stoner by visiting her page at Oversteps Books https://overstepsbooks.com/poets/angela-stoner/

and her page at the Penzance Literary Festival website https://www.pzlitfest.co.uk/speaker/angela-stoner/

In the podcast you heard a mention of the Hypatia Trust which is based in Penzance Cornwall.  Here is a link to their website https://hypatia-trust.org.uk/ and twitter account https://twitter.com/hypatia_trust

Here is a brief overview of the work of the Trust 
The Hypatia Trust was formed to collect, and make available, published and personal documentation about the achievements of women in every aspect of their lives. Central to activities has been the care, development and re-distribution of the Hypatia Collection, a unique set of sub-collections of books, artefacts, and archives, by and about women.

Created initially to oversee a major collection of women’s literature now placed on permanent loan to the University of Exeter, the Hypatia Trust has extended its interests to a wide and international range of educational engagements and partnerships.

Important to the Trust’s activities has been the will to make available – through research, publication and exhibition – the worthwhile achievements of women, so often overlooked, and even suppressed in written histories. 

Its educational activities focus on issues that affect women in families, community and society, and on the continuing need for documentation and support to their concerns.