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Jack the Ripper at last? book cover

Jack the Ripper at last?

Described as a “well researched and beautifully written piece of history”, Jack the Ripper at last? is the newest work by Hastings writer Helena Wojtczak. Stepping aside from women’s history, Helena dived into the complex and painstaking world of psychology and crime writing. Jessica Parker speaks to Helena regarding her upcoming book signing.

Posted 19:04 Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014 In: Literature Tags: Albion Books Capote crime George Chapman Hastings Hastings History House Hastings Press Helena Wojtczak In Cold Blood Jack the Ripper at last? Jessica Parker Literature Old Town Psychology

Lewes walker discovers St Leonard’s charms

Sea, street art (including a Banksy), fabulous regency architecture, grand art deco, aristocratic parkland, the rich, the poor and the trendy, and all within a kilometre of St Leonards Warrior Square station! Sustainable travel expert Chris Smith from Lewes has launched a new historic and scenic walk around St Leonards, writes Chris Cormack.

Posted 11:32 Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014 In: 1067 & All That Tags: Chris Cormack Chris Smith Helena Wojtczak regeneration St Leonards Travel log Lewes wlaks
Banners for TUC march against the cuts 20.10.12; poster design by aardvark & logo design Elise Liversedge

Introducing the riart Grrrls: Hastings and St Leonards’ brand new feminist artists’ collective

Hastings & St Leonards has long had a history of feminism: brave, inspirational women committed to improving the lives of women in this town and beyond. It is also a hotbed of creativity: anyone who knows the impossibility of walking 100 yards in this town without bumping into an artist, many of whom are female, will agree with this. Ripe territory then for riart Grrrls: Hastings & St. Leonards’ first ever feminist artists’ collective. Xaverine Bates tells us how it is…

Posted 11:33 Wednesday, Nov 28, 2012 In: Campaigns Tags: Feminism Helena Wojtczak Mary Richardson Notable Sussex Women Pankhurst riart Grrrls
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