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Sarah LeFanu

Sarah Le Fanu

Sarah LeFanu speaks with Ann Morgan about activism, feminism, speculative fiction and revolution in Mozambique. Sarah LeFanu speaks with Ann Morgan about how activism preceded authorship, writing a critical history of women’s speculative fiction because she wanted to teach it, her experiences in revolutionary Mozambique and her role in the Women’s Press and the subsequent illusion of ‘post-feminism’.


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