Janet Swan tells of a fruitful encounter between the volunteer Radicals’ Research Team and a knowledgeable guest…
On the 20th November a group of us who have been researching the life of Ethel Carnie Holdsworth as part of the Pendle Radicals Project, met together to look more closely at her poetry and to meet with a very knowledgeable guest.
Read more on the Radical Echo blog site.
As part of the our Pendle Radicals programme we have the opportunity to put forward a poem by Ethel Carnie Holdsworth for inclusion into the National Archive. Ethel is one of the Radicals our volunteer team have been researching, and she has certainly caught their imagination. We would like you to vote on your favourite poem of hers, from the following. You can vote either on our Facebook page, by typing the name of your favourite poem in the comments beneath the post about this, or by emailing the name of the poem to Faye@midpenninearts.org.uk
You can download a PDF of the information on this page HERE.
The New Commandment https://archive.org/details/voicesofwomanhoo00carn/page/16
His Books https://archive.org/details/voicesofwomanhoo00carn/page/18
A Lament https://archive.org/details/voicesofwomanhoo00carn/page/132
Earth’s Song to Her Children https://archive.org/details/songsoffactorygi00carn/page/30
Cloud Mountains https://archive.org/details/songsoffactorygi00carn/page/16
The Bookworm http://www.working-class-women-writing.co.uk/the-bookworm-by-ethel-carnie.html
(Apologies for the lack of clarity on images of the following poem.)
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