My Write As A Woman Posted On 29/06/2018 Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn Email This piece can be viewed in the Manchester Central Library archives along with hundreds of other women’s stories brought together by The Pankhurst Centre. For more information about this project see the womenswordsmcr blog. Author’s note: This unedited stream-of-consciousness prose on life so far in Manchester was written under the influence of post c-section painkillers and the euphoria of having a daughter 👶🏼 ❤ #Suffragettes #ManchesterCentralLibrary #EmmelinePankhurst #WomensWords #ThePankhurstCentre #MRI #ManchesterWomen #MyWriteAsAWoman #WomenWriters Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn Email Tags:EmmelinePankhurst, ManchesterCentralLibrary, ManchesterWomen, MRI, MyWriteAsAWoman, Suffragettes, ThePankhurstCentre, WomensWords, WomenWriters Related Posts David Shrigley: Little Drawings Big Issues A Poem Called Blancmange Hunter S. Thompson’s Prescient 9/11 Column Still Holds True Today About The Author Nikki We’re always going to need words. They are the raw material that I am offering to create, carve, chisel, work, edit, proof and polish for you. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.