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LRJ New Website 2022


 Laura (Riding) Jackson
2022
Mark Jacobs

This website replaces the Nottingham Trent University, UK

Because of the change of internet service at NTU in 2019, the website was dropped and became unmanageable, so that, still based on that website, this one is entirely independent. It is financially sourced by the following, with thanks to all concerned:

Jack Blackmore
Elizabeth Friedmann
Joan Wilentz
Alan Clark
John Nolan

We will now be much more flexible in presenting material pertaining to Laura (Riding) Jackson, for example, by providing outside readers and authors room to comment, add to the website, suggest further improvements, take part in critical debate, bring historical and literary fact to our attention.

Dr. Mark Jacobs is the administrator and designer for this website. He was a teacher, a Nottingham Trent University Fellow in the English Department and founder there of the Laura (Riding) Jackson Archive of letters, books, and various materials. He has been studying Laura Jackson's poetry and prose and publishing essays and articles on her work for sixty years. She is, he holds, a better poet than Yeats, Eliot, Pound, Auden and the others - more intellectual, more lyrical, more grounded.

Jack Blackmore is the co-equal administrator. He


One reply on “LRJ New Website 2022”

I wonder if you can help. I am aware that Laura R Jackson introduced her infamous “Introduction for a Broadcast” on 1st April 1962, on the Third Programme. Might you know who the BBC producer was? BBC Genome doesn’t mention a thing which is quite unusual. DG Bridson produced her (amended) script of “Four Unposted Letters to Catherine” – The republished form (1993) has been a great help for piecing together the original script from her amendations to Bridson. I’ve been very grateful for that reissue- since the original script is proving difficult to find in the BBC Written Archive. Many thanks- Diolch

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