Along with, among other things...
- Nazis, nannies, and hair omelettes: Leonora Carrington, the last living Surrealist, looks back on her extraordinary life and times, Rachel Rickard & Ruth Maclean, Independent, 2009.
- Leonora Carrington: wild at heart, Charlotte Higgins, The Guardian, 2015.
- “Who was the real Vita Sackville-West”, Matthew Dennison, Telegraph, 2014.
- “Behind the Mask: The Life of Vita Sackville-West review - a catalogue of sexual conquests”, Rachel Cooke, The Guardian, 2014.
- “How Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West Fell in Love”, Maria Popova, Brain Pickings.
- “A Thing That Wants Virginia”, love letters in The Paris Review.
A Surrealist Moment
- “The Case for Surrealism”, The Art Assignment, 2017.
- “How to be a Surrealist with Philippa Perry”, BBC4, 2017.
- “Manifesto of Surrealism” by André Breton, 1924.
- The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection, The Tate Modern, 2017.
Some Other Acts of Art We Mentioned During This One Episode
- Grand Illusion, Roger Ebert, The Great Movies, 1999.
- Orlando by Virginia Woolf, the titular character of which was inspired, it seems was Vita Sackville-West.
- “Franny” by J.D. Salinger, which we discussed in that one episode of our podcast: COZY MYSTERIES OF VARIOUS COZINESS.
- Octavia Butler’s tale of time travel and family. Kindred.
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