Writer in Residence: Caroline Smith chartingthe
Bardo. Image rights Caroline Smith/Feminist Library.
Caroline Smith is a writer, artist and playwright. The writer-in-residence at The Feminist Library across 2015-2016, her aim is to create a piece of writing which embodies the voice of The Feminist Library and bring together some of the people and organisations that support a feminist writing practice today. As part of her residency, she has lead a series of audio device-led participative walks, Bardo, from the Library. She co-hosts a monthly performance evening, Louche Women, with Sue Kreitzman at the Poetry Place in Covent Garden.
The Feminist Library is a large collection of Women’s Liberation literature based off of St George’s Roundabout, SE1. Founded in 1975, the Library is led by a collective of volunteers. The Library has been required to relocate from Westminster Bridge Road and is in search of new premises from which to base its activities.