The Word for Freedom: Stories Celebrating Women's Suffrage

The Word for Freedom Stories Celebrating Women s Suffrage Through this anthology Retreat West Books is proud to support Hestia and the UK Says No More campaign against domestic abuse and sexual violence A collection of short stories celebrating a hundred

  • Title: The Word for Freedom: Stories Celebrating Women's Suffrage
  • Author: Amanda Saint
  • ISBN: 1916448356
  • Page: 435
  • Format: ebook
  • Through this anthology Retreat West Books is proud to support Hestia and the UK Says No More campaign against domestic abuse and sexual violence.A collection of 24 short stories celebrating a hundred years of women suffrage, from both established and emerging authors, all of whom have been inspired by the suffragettes and whose stories, whether set in 1918, the current da Through this anthology Retreat West Books is proud to support Hestia and the UK Says No More campaign against domestic abuse and sexual violence.A collection of 24 short stories celebrating a hundred years of women suffrage, from both established and emerging authors, all of whom have been inspired by the suffragettes and whose stories, whether set in 1918, the current day or the future, focus on the same freedoms that those women fought for so courageously A clerk of works at the Palace of Westminster encounters Emily Davison in a broom cupboard a mermaid dares to tread on land to please the man she loves a school girl friendship makes the suffragette protests relevant to the modern day a mother leaves her child for a tree an online troll has to face his target and a woman caught in modern day slavery discovers a chance for freedom in a newspaper cutting These stories and many come together in a collection that doesn t shy away from the reality of a woman s world, which has injustices and inequalities alongside opportunities and hard won freedoms, but always finds strength, bravery and hope Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for ebook, 264 pages Published November 1st 2018 by Retreat West Books More Details ISBN 1916448356 ISBN13 9781916448353 Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about The Word for Freedom, please sign up

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others men, social expectations, tradition or freedom to pursue their own desires and interests, the stories provide a message of hope but don t shy away from the inequality, prejudice and discrimination that women have faced and that unfortunately many women still face The scourge of modern slavery, arranged forced marriage and rape are revealed in often powerful and thought provoking ways.Given the high quality of all the contributions it seems almost unfair to single out individual stories However, there were a few that caught my eye because of their historical focus Counting for England the inside story excuse the pun of a famous act of protest One Woman, One Vote a woman exercising her right to vote for the first time demonstrates, through her own quiet act of rebellion, that her husband doesn t know best when it comes to how she should cast her vote Cover Their Bright Faces past inequality is revealed when two women discover the poignant story of Portia who was unable to be recognised for her achievements or to live and love freely in the way they now can We live the promise that Portia only scented Myopia a woman for whom the war provided the opportunity to hold a position of responsibility challenges the myopia of her seemingly diminished horizons now the war has ended.The Word for Freedom is a wonderful collection of imaginative and thought provoking stories Like all short story collections, it s ideal for dipping in and out of when you have the freedom sorry of the odd spare moment and small enough to be popped in a handbag or briefcase Although the majority of the contributors are female, I don t think it should be regarded as a book just for women I believe readers of any gender would gain much from the stories it contains.I received a review copy courtesy of publishers, Retreat West Books, and Random Things Blog Tours flag 6 likesLike see review Oct 29, 2018 Karen Cole rated it it was amazing The Word For Freedom is a collection of short stories inspired by the suffragette movement This year marks the 100th anniversary of some women finally being given the vote in the UK but although this is a book about the strength, dignity and fortitude of women, it isn t an anthology of suffragette stories, although a few here are set at the time when women were still campaigning to be given the vote All the stories are linked due to their main characters being women or young girls but are se The Word For Freedom is a collection of short stories inspired by the suffragette movement This year marks the 100th anniversary of some women finally being given the vote in the UK but although this is a book about the strength, dignity and fortitude of women, it isn t an anthology of suffragette stories, although a few here are set at the time when women were still campaigning to be given the vote All the stories are linked due to their main characters being women or young girls but are set in various places whether real or imagined and take place in the past, present or future They each feature women seeking freedom but this common thread is explored in many different ways.Some of the authors have written wryly humorous tales of revenge, albeit often with a dark edge to them In Enid Is Going On A Journey by David Cook, Enid is taking a road trip even though she knows her husband, Steven will be furious The first thing she does is to discard his CD of brass band classics and then plays Dusty Springfield on the radio She might not be headed to Tulsa just yet but Bournemouth and the sea await her In Out Of Office by Emily Kerr, Jenny Smythe sends an email after being accidentally sent a message intended for her male colleague which opens her eyes to the full facts about the inequality in her workplace Retribution takes on a much darker form in Gristle by Angela Clark and though the punishment may be harsh, I must admit that the black humour here made this one of my favourite stories in the book.Other stories were heartrending, perhaps none so than Sayyida Nanda by Katherine Blessan which is a disturbing retelling of the Cinderella story Set in Pakistan, Sayyida s life is far from a fairytale and the truth of what has been done to this young girl is terribly upsetting Her visions of escape may be just a dream but she finds the way to keep hope alive Lucy s husband and her father have both cruelly failed her in Those Who Trespass Against Us but now she is just waiting for the right moment to change things In Anna Mazzola s The Silent Woman, modern slavery is given a human face as a woman realises the truth about her situation and knows that at some point she will be ready to scream.Stories such as Not Our Kind Of Girl by Anne Hamilton and Relevant by Anna Orridge focus on girls and young women and how they may be inspired by the work of others or driven to act by the situations they witness Their stories may be different but both Mari and Ginny have seen enough to make them want to change the world Others are about older women who have perhaps spent years accepting their situation but now enough is enough A safari trip is the catalyst for the protagonist in Isabel Costello s The Word For Freedom whereas a visit to town helps Betty see things clearly in Myopia by Sophie Duffy A book inspired by the suffragettes wouldn t be complete without some stories about them in Counting For England by Christine Powell, Percy, a young clerk of works at the Palace of Westminster spends a life changing few minutes with Emily Davison and in One Woman, One Vote by Sallie Anderson, Mary is accompanied to the polling station by her overbearing and pompous husband, William as women are finally given the right to vote Will she follow his orders and vote for the Labour candidate, John Davison or will she put her cross next to Christabel Pankhurst s name I flew through The Word For Freedom, each story is an engaging, thought provoking and inspiring message about the strength and fortitude of women who somehow manage to keep striving for justice and equality even when things seem almost impossible It s hard to pick out favourites when the quality is so consistently high but some particularly stood out for me Cover Their Bright Faces by Abigail Rowe is a bittersweet tale about love as Matty and her girlfriend, Linda learn about the secret her Aunt Portia was forced to keep years ago There are parts of this story that are almost unbearably sad as we realise that although Portia came alive when she was with Lucy, the time they had to together was all too brief It s such an emotional story which finishes with an uplifting message of hope that things have changed and will continue to do so I loved the characters and the touching story about loss, survival and hope in Tiny Valentines by Angela Readman The initially strained relationship between the prim and proper Elsie and the flighty, Florrie develops as the older woman begins to let down her guard as she learns about her younger counterpart and I finished it with a tear in my eye The final story in the book, Brick by Rachel Rivett revisits the suffragette movement once and is a stirring paean to the power and determination of women through the ages right up to the present day and for as long as necessary It s the perfect ending to this superb anthology The Word For Freedom is a fitting tribute to the suffragettes and a celebration of women everywhere I highly recommend it flag Like see review Nov 06, 2018 Cheryl M M rated it really liked it The stories are inspired by the suffragettes and also by stories of women and oppression The tip of the iceberg was fighting for the right to have a voice and vote, but the fight for all the other freedoms is still a raging battle.Each one of the stories comes at the topic of oppression, domestic abuse, rape, sexual abuse, neglect, slavery and inequality from a completely different angle The importance of that might not be relevant until you read each story and perhaps recognise a factor or a The stories are inspired by the suffragettes and also by stories of women and oppression The tip of the iceberg was fighting for the right to have a voice and vote, but the fight for all the other freedoms is still a raging battle.Each one of the stories comes at the topic of oppression, domestic abuse, rape, sexual abuse, neglect, slavery and inequality from a completely different angle The importance of that might not be relevant until you read each story and perhaps recognise a factor or a character you can personally relate to in a few or just in one story.That in itself is an important statement, because the authors don t purport to be the same as you or I or to have lived the same lives, but they do want each of us to connect with what we have in common On some level or another each one of us will have experienced something in life that has tried to or still tries to define us as being the weaker gender, the prey, the never quite equal player in business, sport, politics or the world in general Somewhere out there, there is always someone thinking or acting upon the concept of but you re just a girl and that is certainly one of our common denominators in life.Women, and I have said this before, are often their own worst enemy and greatest opposition, because they have been raised to believe the misconceptions and the rule created by the patriarchal systems and society we live in that woman is less than man Everything about women is based upon that archaic thought When society created a layered hierarchy they created it with women as the plus one at the table.The only way we can alter the thought process, the system and the way we are treated and perceived is to link together and support each other Stand up, speak out and be counted Don t let men, and women wearing rose tinted glasses, steal your voice and allow them to take us back into the Dark Ages Let me tell you that you will be sneered at, ridiculed, abused and denied your rights, but one day change will come Women like Sarah Parker Remond, Elizabeth Stanton Alice Paul, Emmeline Pankhurst, Sushama Sen and PL Roy fought for their voice and ours, and we have to fight to keep it.The book contains the following The Word For Freedom, Counting For England, Below The Line, Women Don t Kill Animals by, One Woman One Vote, Cover Their Bright Faces, My Mother Left Me For A Tree, Myopia, The Colour Of Sunflowers, Enid Is Going On A Journey, To The Sea, Sayyida Nanda, Relevant, Those Who Trespass Against Us, Past Present Future, Tiny Valentines, The Silent Woman, Not Our Kind Of Girl, Treading On Needles, The Second Brain, The Servitude Of The Sudaarp, Out Of Office, Gristle and Brick.It s full of distinctive and powerful voices In some of them you can feel the anger, the disillusionment, the concern that it may never change, but you can also feel and read the fight Never lose the will to fight for what is rightfully yours The right to be safe, to be heard and be equal unto others I received a copy courtesy of the publisher flag Like see review Oct 11, 2018 Joanne rated it really liked it This is a very special collection of short stories commissioned to commemorate the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote in the UK The Word for Freedom comprises 24 short stories from new writers and established authors, all inspired by the theme of women s suffrage Some are contemporary, some historical, one is set in the future and one is about creatures from a different planet or is it The Word for Freedom explores women s experiences across the world and throughout time Through This is a very special collection of short stories commissioned to commemorate the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote in the UK The Word for Freedom comprises 24 short stories from new writers and established authors, all inspired by the theme of women s suffrage Some are contemporary, some historical, one is set in the future and one is about creatures from a different planet or is it The Word for Freedom explores women s experiences across the world and throughout time Through the variety of stories it shows the ways they have been exploited, manipulated, kept down, controlled But it also highlights all the many ways that women have been strong and supported each other and fought for their rights.I just want to mention a few of the stories which really appealed to me It was good to read the familiar story of how Emily Davison hid herself in a broom cupboard at Westminster on the night of the census in 1911 as seen through the eyes of the Clerk of Works on duty that evening in Christine Powell s Counting for England Although Katherine Blessan s Sayyida Nanda is a dark tale of forced marriage, it was so beautifully written that it is one of my favourites Enid is Going on a Journey by David Cook had me cheering on Enid as she struck out for freedom after decades of marriage Anne Hamilton s Not Our Kind of Girl was thought provoking and showed how certain attitudes have changed over the years One final story I want to mention is Gristle by Angela Clark This was a very entertaining tale of a woman who had been exploited taking her revenge and I have to admit I was cheering her on despite what she actually did There is something for everyone in this book There are stories which will make you smile, laugh, cry or think It will make you appreciative all over again for what women did in the past to give modern women the lives we have But it will also make you think about how women in various situations throughout the world still have to struggle for acceptance, equality and recognition flag Like see review Nov 05, 2018 Jo Barton rated it it was amazing I m a bit of a butterfly when it comes to short story reading and rarely ever read a book of them in sequential order, so with The Word For Freedom, I followed tradition and jumped right in with The Silent Woman by Anna Mazola which comes mid way in the book I was intrigued by the story, which is only a couple of pages long, and yet, it made me stop and consider the effect of modern slavery, a term we hear far too often, and one which should make us deeply ashamed every time we hear it.I then f I m a bit of a butterfly when it comes to short story reading and rarely ever read a book of them in sequential order, so with The Word For Freedom, I followed tradition and jumped right in with The Silent Woman by Anna Mazola which comes mid way in the book I was intrigued by the story, which is only a couple of pages long, and yet, it made me stop and consider the effect of modern slavery, a term we hear far too often, and one which should make us deeply ashamed every time we hear it.I then flipped back to the start of the book and went back into the past and entered into the Palace of Whitehall, where in Counting for England by Christine Powell, we are treated to the story of Emily Davison, the suffragette, who deliberately locked herself into the broom cupboard on the night of the 1911 census Told from the point of view of the clerk of works, there s a nice little twist to the story, again its just a couple of pages long, but which conveys its message, loud and clear I also loved, Women Don t Kill Animals by Carolyn Sanderson, and found myself cheering by the end of it So many stories, far too many to single out, but which all made me stop, think, and consider the lives of women both past, present and future.The Word for Freedom, written to celebrate 100 years of women s suffrage, continues the message that women s voices must be heard In the book s 231 pages there really is something for everyone one to enjoy and consider, and whilst I have mentioned just a few by name, I have to say that all the stories have something rather special about them.From the enigmatic, Word for Freedom by Isabel Costello, which opens the stories, to the stark message conveyed in a final suffragette story, Brick by Rachel Rivett which concludes the book with a strong message, and whose final words made me think long and hard about how far we have come and yet, it would seem, it s nowhere near far enough flag Like see review Nov 07, 2018 The Literary Shed rated it really liked it For everyone, everywhere, who believes in freedom and equality for all the dedication to The Word for Freedom, a short story anthology celebrating one hundred years of women s suffrage, speaks for itself At the very heart of the collection, edited by Amanda Saint and Rose McGinty, is the fact that we still need words for freedom Words, our voices, are our strongest forms of fighting injustice and oppression, which is why, so often, the first thing that oppressors do is silence us Every For everyone, everywhere, who believes in freedom and equality for all the dedication to The Word for Freedom, a short story anthology celebrating one hundred years of women s suffrage, speaks for itself At the very heart of the collection, edited by Amanda Saint and Rose McGinty, is the fact that we still need words for freedom Words, our voices, are our strongest forms of fighting injustice and oppression, which is why, so often, the first thing that oppressors do is silence us Every one of the tales featured in this tightly curated collection is strong in its own way, revealing the reality of the various female protagonists worlds, whether it be Sallie Anderson s Mary voting for the very first time, bullied by her husband, but staying true to One Woman, One Vote , the heroine of Kate Vine s rather beautiful The Colour of Sunflowers , preparing to face her abuser at trial or Anna Mazzola s narrator in The Silent Woman , a domestic slave, awakening to her desperate situation as an animal, chained its fur worn away, its eyes dull and yet cherishing the hope of seeing her children again The book takes its title from Isobel Costello s opener, featuring two women who are bound, in different ways, to abusive men, and ends with them sharing a moment of symbolic gesture.These stories are written to honour the women who fought hard so that we might be treated equally and have a proper voice they also, quite rightly, highlight how far we still have to go before that happens Proceeds from the volume are also going to support Hestia and the UK Says No More campaign against sexual and domestic violence Please buy this book.A version of this review was originally published as part of the publisher book tour All opinions are our own See flag Like see review Nov 06, 2018 Anne rated it it was amazing Shelves kindle I ll be honest I did rather expect this collection to be a bit earnest, lots of nodding required at its messages, perhaps some outrage needed about the issues it might expose So it was the loveliest of surprises to find its content an absolute delight, a quite wonderful collection of short stories around a broad central theme that without exception I thoroughly enjoyed reading.I ve read the whole collection, but must apologise that the personal issues I m currently wrestling with have pre I ll be honest I did rather expect this collection to be a bit earnest, lots of nodding required at its messages, perhaps some outrage needed about the issues it might expose So it was the loveliest of surprises to find its content an absolute delight, a quite wonderful collection of short stories around a broad central theme that without exception I thoroughly enjoyed reading.I ve read the whole collection, but must apologise that the personal issues I m currently wrestling with have prevented me from producing the detailed review I really wanted to write But I can highlight my personal favourites Isabel Costello s The Word for Freedom is a perfect opener, with its vivid and atmospheric setting, examination of grief and loss and its unexpected bringing together of two unlikely allies for its triumphant and very touching ending Counting for England by Christine Powell the one that finds Emily Davison in a broom cupboard is short, simple and perfect And the shorter stories are perhaps the ones I enjoyed the most another I liked very much, and that left me smiling broadly, was Enid Is Going On A Journey by David Cook.But you don t need my list you ll find your own favourites The whole collection is perfectly assembled, the chosen stories a joy to explore flag Like see review Nov 15, 2018 Ali rated it it was amazing An excellent and very enjoyable anthology of short stories by both established and new writers inspired by the topic of 100 years of women s suffrage, to raise money for the work of Hestia This organisation is crucial in running refuges and giving support to women and their children escaping domestic abuse in London.The stories themselves range from the historical set at the time of the Suffragettes to the contemporary, and we see women at all stages of life and in a variety of settings Ther An excellent and very enjoyable anthology of short stories by both established and new writers inspired by the topic of 100 years of women s suffrage, to raise money for the work of Hestia This organisation is crucial in running refuges and giving support to women and their children escaping domestic abuse in London.The stories themselves range from the historical set at the time of the Suffragettes to the contemporary, and we see women at all stages of life and in a variety of settings There is darkness of course, but also humour and above all hope that women can overcome whatever life throws at them.I d recommend this book to anyone who calls him or herself a feminist flag Like see review harriet rated it really liked it Jan 28, 2019 Bookish Chat rated it really liked it Sep 19, 2018 Christina Browne marked it as to read Sep 15, 2018 Jess marked it as to read Oct 12, 2018 Bev is currently reading it Oct 22, 2018 Alexandra marked it as to read Nov 01, 2018 James added it Nov 05, 2018 Karen marked it as to read Nov 09, 2018 Lindsay Nova marked it as to read Nov 10, 2018 James added it Nov 05, 2018 Joy marked it as to read Nov 16, 2018 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    2. What I found fascinating about this collection of short stories was the different ways the various contributors chose to interpret the theme, exploring ideas about the place of women in the world then and now in a variety of ways Whether it s freedom from control by others men, social expectations, tradition or freedom to pursue their own desires and interests, the stories provide a message of hope but don t shy away from the inequality, prejudice and discrimination that women have faced and Wha [...]

    3. The Word For Freedom is a collection of short stories inspired by the suffragette movement This year marks the 100th anniversary of some women finally being given the vote in the UK but although this is a book about the strength, dignity and fortitude of women, it isn t an anthology of suffragette stories, although a few here are set at the time when women were still campaigning to be given the vote All the stories are linked due to their main characters being women or young girls but are se The [...]

    4. The stories are inspired by the suffragettes and also by stories of women and oppression The tip of the iceberg was fighting for the right to have a voice and vote, but the fight for all the other freedoms is still a raging battle.Each one of the stories comes at the topic of oppression, domestic abuse, rape, sexual abuse, neglect, slavery and inequality from a completely different angle The importance of that might not be relevant until you read each story and perhaps recognise a factor or a Th [...]

    5. This is a very special collection of short stories commissioned to commemorate the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote in the UK The Word for Freedom comprises 24 short stories from new writers and established authors, all inspired by the theme of women s suffrage Some are contemporary, some historical, one is set in the future and one is about creatures from a different planet or is it The Word for Freedom explores women s experiences across the world and throughout time Through This [...]

    6. I m a bit of a butterfly when it comes to short story reading and rarely ever read a book of them in sequential order, so with The Word For Freedom, I followed tradition and jumped right in with The Silent Woman by Anna Mazola which comes mid way in the book I was intrigued by the story, which is only a couple of pages long, and yet, it made me stop and consider the effect of modern slavery, a term we hear far too often, and one which should make us deeply ashamed every time we hear it.I then f [...]

    7. For everyone, everywhere, who believes in freedom and equality for all the dedication to The Word for Freedom, a short story anthology celebrating one hundred years of women s suffrage, speaks for itself At the very heart of the collection, edited by Amanda Saint and Rose McGinty, is the fact that we still need words for freedom Words, our voices, are our strongest forms of fighting injustice and oppression, which is why, so often, the first thing that oppressors do is silence us Every For every [...]

    8. I ll be honest I did rather expect this collection to be a bit earnest, lots of nodding required at its messages, perhaps some outrage needed about the issues it might expose So it was the loveliest of surprises to find its content an absolute delight, a quite wonderful collection of short stories around a broad central theme that without exception I thoroughly enjoyed reading.I ve read the whole collection, but must apologise that the personal issues I m currently wrestling with have pre I ll b [...]

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