Regardless of whether it is worth doing or not, people will continue to rely on memory as a way to create legacy and heritage. People will always leave things behind,[…]
Author: Katie Scott-Marshall
Katie Scott-Marshall studied an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature at Newcastle University, graduating with Distinction. Her dissertation focused on the intersection between feminist theory, Christian discourse on gender, and grotesque bodies in the short stories of Flannery O’Connor. She currently lives and works in the north of England and has published variously online with blogs including The Dangerous Women Project and Verbal Remedy. She occasionally tweets @_ksm19 and has a budding Instagram account, @girlwrites, chronicling her literary obsessions.