This website highlights a selection of Charlotte's original writing - short fiction, reviews, essays and an occasional journal, Chez Rose. The Resources page is a work-in-progress, comprising an eclectic collection of essays and opinion, while the Diary Page catalogues Charlotte's engagement with past and upcoming important events and exhibitions. Writers whom Charlotte admires include Laurence Sterne, Anton Chekhov, Mikhail Bulgakov, P. G. Wodehouse, Virginia Woolf, Shirley Jackson, William Trevor, Brien O'Nolan/Flann O'Brien, Tennessee Williams, Somerset Maugham, Edgar Allan Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, Sheridan Le Fanu, M. R. James, E. T. A. Hoffman, Joseph Heller, William Golding, Gabriel Garcia Marquez… Charlotte also enjoys reading biographies, for instance Molly Keane: A Life by the subject's daughter, Sally Phipps and The Adulterous Muse: Maud Gonne, Lucien Millevoye & W.B. Yeats by Adrian Frazier. She is currently reading W. B. Yeats A Life I: The Apprentice Mage byR. F. Foster andBetween method and madness [essays on Swedenborg and Literature] edited by Stephen McNeilly. She lives on the Devon/Somerset border with her best friend, husband and mentor, William.
* A splendid review of a splendid evening in commemoration of the death of Laurence Sterne can be read here: Golden and blue
Birkbeck College, University of London 15th May 2018: Gaelic Hardship: Flann O'Brien's The Poor Mouth A Workshop with Joseph Brooker, Tobias Harris, and guest speaker Eoin Byrne.
'Dalloway Day' @ The British Library 20th June 2018:
Places and Paces: Walking with Mrs Dalloway with Hermione Lee and Alexandra Harris - and - Explore Mrs Dalloway's Continuing Legacy and Influence with Sarah Churchwell, Alan Hollinghurst, Hermione Lee and Elaine Showalter Full event details can be found on the Diary Page.