Author Archives: caitlin davies

Wild Words Festival

I’ll be joining a panel at Wild Words Festival, a new literary festival set in a beautiful Hertfordshire field with … read more

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine has reviewed Queens of the Underworld, and concluded that ‘many of them … read more

BBC Radio London

I chatted to Robert Elms about Queens of the Underworld, listen here (1 hour, 39 minutes into the show).… read more

Overnights talkRADIO

I chatted to Paul Ross about Queens of the Underworld on Overnights, talkRadio.

‘An amazing book and a brilliant read….a

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Talk Radio Europe

I chatted with Selina MacKenzie on her Lifestyles show, TRE Talk Radio Europe, about the women who inspired Queens of read more

Writers & Rejection

How do writers deal with rejection? Vox is a series of bite-size audio recordings in which Royal Literary Fund Fellows … read more

Diamond Dolly

Nottingham Evening Post, November 1923


The Crime Readers’ Association has run a piece on one of the women from … read more

The New Yorker

‘Who owns the legacy of a women’s prison?’ The New Yorker has run a feature on the history and future … read more

Writing Advice

Vox is a series of bite-size audio recordings in which Royal Literary Fund Fellows explore topics around writing. In this … read more

Highgate Library Talk

I’ll be talking about Queens of the Underworld at Highgate Library, London N19, on December 9th, 7pm. The event is … read more

Borderlines Book Festival

I’ll be talking about Queens of the Underworld at Borderlines Carlisle Book Festival on Sunday October 3rd – Tullie House … read more

Photo London

London Live have covered The View magazine’s upcoming photo exhibition ‘Someone’s Daughter’ which opens at Photo London, Somerset House, in … read more

Bookseller Season Highlights

Queens of the Underworld is a ‘season highlight’ in the Bookseller Non-Fiction Buyer’s Guide for autumn.

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Arvon Tutored Retreat

I’m excited to be returning to the Hurst to tutor on a residential Tutored Retreat: Fiction course, with Jacob Ross, … read more

Holloway Women’s Building Winners

The winners of the Make Space for Women competition have been announced – a stunning selection of bold and inspiring

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Thames Swimming Talk

I’ll be giving a free online illustrated talk on the history of Thames swimming – and how the act of … read more

City Lit Fiction Course


I’m looking forward to teaching an Autobiography into Fiction course for City Lit on April 24th, where we will … read more

Story Board launches

I’m excited to be launching a new mentoring service with author and journalist Caroline Brothers. We’re offering support, guidance and … read more

City Academy Writing Courses

I’m delighted to be joining City Academy, and look forward to teaching Online Blogging (July 8-Aug 12), Online Creative Writing … read more

Interview with Leslie Tate

Author and poet Leslie Tate runs weekly interviews on the creative life, this week I chat about Bad Girls and … read more

WEP Book Club

The Women’s Equality Party book club in York will be discussing Bad Girls: the Rebels and Renegades of Holloway Prisonread more

Make Space for Women Competition

Holloway Prison, the most infamous jail for women in Europe, closed in 2016. Campaigners have been working tirelessly ever since … read more

Desert Island Book

The Royal Literary Fund’s ‘In Focus’ presents short films featuring RLF writers. In the latest film, we respond to the … read more

The Ladies’ Pond: Katy Carr

Singer Katy Carr is about to release her new album Providence, which includes a wonderful song on the Hampstead … read more

Arvon at Home: Fiction Week

I’m looking forward to tutoring an online Arvon fiction week, ‘Take your writing to the next level’, from November 23rd … read more

The Other Tchaikovsky

BBC Radio 4 has aired a programme on Chris Tchaikovsky, leader of The Happy Firm fraud gang in the late … read more

Times Radio Wild Swimming

I joined a discussion on wild swimming, its history and benefits, hosted by Georgina Godwin, with Ruth Rose of the … read more

Dorich House Museum

I’ve been working with volunteers at Dorich House Museum, the studio home of sculptor Dora Gordine & Richard Hare, on … read more

The Ponds on BBC4



The hit film The Ponds will be aired on BBC Four tonight, July 22nd. It was previously aired … read more

Kenwood Ladies’ Pond Photo Book


Photographer Ruth Corney has published a book celebrating 20 years of photographing the Kenwood Ladies’ Pond on Hampstead Heath … read more