Articles by: Elizabeth Glanville
As well as writing for Moon Project I have contributed to a range of online and inprint papers and journals, and have recently self-published my debut novel, 'The Imaginist', which is available to buy at www.lulu.com and on amazon. Visit me online at www.elizabethglanville.com, on Facebook at Elizabeth Glanville, writer and follow me on Twitter @bethglanville

The return of sexism in the twenty-first century

November 2, 2013 6:38 pm3 comments
The return of sexism in the twenty-first century

There is growing unease in contemporary society over the revival of sexism, female objectification and gender divides. Writers such as Natasha Walter and Dr. M. Gigi Durham, as well as contributors to blogs and websites including Pink Stinks, OBJECT and the F-Word, have taken up the task of vocalising dissatisfaction […]

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London Writers Launch Debut Novel

February 1, 2013 2:25 pm0 comments
London Writers Launch Debut Novel

 21 February 2013 at Collective Pop Up, 4 Crowndale Road, Camden, NW1 1TT Elizabeth Glanville and Fiona McCready will be launching their debut novels, The Imaginist and Patchwork, in Camden on 21 February 2013. Both writers will be reading from their novels, and selling and signing their books. The Imaginist, […]

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Lonmin shooting leads to concerns over future of platinum

August 25, 2012 12:00 pm1 comment
Lonmin shooting leads to concerns over future of platinum

As a memorial service at the site of the Lonmin mine disaster gets underway, questions abound over the future of the platinum industry against a backdrop of devaluation.

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The end of the games and the return to tele-twoddle…

August 16, 2012 2:23 pm1 comment
The end of the games and the return to tele-twoddle…

As the games draw to a close the nation joins together to mourn the loss of decent entertainment…

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SA’s biggest Affirmative Action case goes to court

July 5, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
SA’s biggest Affirmative Action case goes to court

Although the South African Constitution is now based on freedom and equality for all, racial tensions continue to simmer and, with the recent outcry of racism in the Department of Correctional Services in the Western Cape, things look set to potentially boil over.

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Drink and drugs … what lies beneath?

June 14, 2012 12:58 pm0 comments
Drink and drugs … what lies beneath?

Years of concern over the increasing prevalence of excessive drinking and alcohol abuse have led to the implementation of various methods and initiatives intended to reduce consumption and put an end to our ‘binge drinking culture’. Discussion over minimum pricing – as supported by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence […]

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The Quarter-Life Crisis: The Realities of Twenty-Something Life Today

June 9, 2012 9:34 pm0 comments
The Quarter-Life Crisis: The Realities of Twenty-Something Life Today

Depression, anxiety and feelings of isolation and worthlessness all too often lurk beneath the shiny veneer of the myth of twenty-something life. Typically seen as a chain mail of career success and blossoming relationships, knitted together by glamorous social events, lazy brunches and exotic mini-breaks, the realities of life during […]

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