National Trust

Photo of writer Beth Underdown and author Tania Herschman

  • Photo of writer Beth Underdown and author Tania Herschman

As part of a National Trust writer’s residency at Quarry Bank, Beth Underdown was commissioned to write a series of short texts responding to the Lost Voices exhibition marking the centenary of partial women’s suffrage. The resulting work, Love makes as many, was performed at part of a promenade event at Quarry Bank on 6 October and at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation on 16 October as part of the 2018 Manchester Literature Festival. You can download a PDF of the stories above.