Editor: Elin ap Hywel
£7.95 Out of print
Some women learn about power young. Take Emma - though she's only a child, she can tell what the grown-ups are saying through walls and locked doors.
Some women, on the other hand, keep their power hidden inside them for years. Like Mary-Jayne Evans; though she's dead, her body's as lovely as ever. Or Mrs Scarlatti, who's very much alive. Or Penny, or Lily, or Meinir or Gail . . .
Honno's second collection of short stories by women from Wales looks at where power lives - and where it lies concealed - in women's lives. Jo Hughes, Clare Morgan, Nia Williams and Jenny Sullivan are among the authors who reveal that our powers are often more surprising - and more potent - than meet the eye.
Foreward/Intro by: Elin ap Hywel
Category: Fiction Short Stories Anthologies
First published by Honno in : 1998
Contributors: Elizabeth Baines, Pat Bonnell, Kay Brylewski, Tessa Hadley, Christine Harrison, Jo Hughes, Madeline Mayne, Clare Morgan, Susan Morgan, Jenny Sullivan, Janet Thomas, Alexandra Ward, Shelagh Weeks, Nia Williams,