We already told you our latest trip to Haworth really was a special one. We learnt lots of new things about the Brontës, we met old and new friends, and we had the chance to interview Ann Dinsdale in person. She’s the Principal Curator at the Brontë Parsonage Museum, and you can read her interview here. After answering our questions, she also accepted to do something special for you readers of The Sisters’ Room– here’s a short video of her reading some lines from Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
Main Street, as you’ve never seen it before…
In Haworth we had the chance to meet lots of lovely people who really made us feel at home and made this trip so special that that we can’t help telling you everything about it. One of them is Glynis Charlton, author and professional tutor who runs amazing creative writing workshops in England and Italy. We… Continue reading A Coffee With Glynis Charlton, Writer and Creative Writing Tutor
We’ve just come back from our latest trip in the footsteps of the Brontës. This year, our Yorkshire adventure has been particularly interesting. Our first step, as usual, was the Brontë Parsonage Museum in Haworth, house of the most famous sisters writers in English literature. This year, for the first time, we had the chance to… Continue reading Our pictures from the Brontë Parsonage Museum
It seems like everybody’s talking about it, and on social networks we can easily find the first pictures from the set of To Walk Invisible: The Brontë Sisters, but what is it about? Well, if you love English Literature, if you are Brontë enthusiasts, if you still re-read Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, we’ve got some… Continue reading View From The Window: BBC To Walk Invisible
During my stay in Haworth in 2007 I had the chance to spend some time and have a little chat with a very special person- the vicar of the lovely and often crowded St. Michael and All Angels, the church where the whole Brontë family is buried except for Anne, who rests in Scarborough. At… Continue reading A Little Chat With… “Jenny”- by Maddalena De Leo
Our guests today are Mick Manning & Brita Granström, authors and illustrators of the “The Brontës- Children Of The Moors” . It is a wonderful book on the lives of the Brontë sisters and their family, and we had the chance to read it and review it for Hachette UK – in case you missed our review, it can be found in this blog… Continue reading Our Guests: Mick Manning & Brita Granström