Tag: Isabel Huggan
I first encountered Isabel Huggan at a writing week in Kingston, Ontario, and met her again some weeks later in Gigiri, Nairobi, whereupon this generous woman kindly invited me into […]
The song “Home on the Range” turns up in Isabel Huggan’s essay, “Someday You’ll Be Sorry” in her award-winning collection, Belonging. The song is mentioned as one of several that […]
The summer solstice poem comes, surprisingly to those familiar with her fiction and prose, from Isabel Huggan, who has been writing poetry over the past few years. Together with two […]
Get thee to a nunnery
CWA contributor Jane Christmas published her memoir, And Then There Were Nuns, in 2013. In the interval, I have been searching for the perfect reviewer. Found one. Both author and […]
West London Air Terminal
Isabel Huggan’s piece (Footloose) about living in London in 1966 and travelling around the Continent mentioned the West London Air Terminal.
Isabel Huggan London 1966
During a visit to London in 2013, Isabel Huggan mentioned having had diesel flavoured coffee at the West London Air Terminal. CWA asked if she would write about that time, and she has.
Le Mas Blanc and Isabel Huggan
I am happy to be able to offer you this interview with Isabel Huggan about her writing retreat at Le Mas Blanc. A Canadian writer of fiction, essays and poetry […]