Dr Lara Feigel is a Senior Lecturer in English at King’s College London, where her research is centred on the 1930s and the Second World War. She is the author of Literature, Cinema and Politics, 1930-1945 and the editor (with Alexandra Harris) of Modernism on Sea: Art and Culture at the British Seaside and (with John Sutherland) of the New Selected Journals of Stephen Spender. She has also written journalistic pieces for various publications, including the Guardian, Prospect and History Today. Lara lives in West Hampstead, London.
When Lisa Appignanesi’s partner of thirty years died suddenly, she was cast into a state of both grief and rage, and sanity seemed elusive. Her recent book Everyday Madness charts her journey from loss to love, and reflects on the nature of memoir writing. Lara Fiegels’ book Free Woman is an investigation of freedom that […]