Time and Tide
Time and Tide was a feminist weekly review of politics and the arts, founded in May 1920 by Welsh businesswoman and suffragette Margaret Haig Thomas, Lady Rhondda (1883–1958). A leading voice in interwar feminism, the magazine was unique in becoming the only female-run intellectual weekly in Britain’s ‘golden age’ of weekly review journalism, competitive with the New Statesman. Contributors to the magazine included Vera Brittain, Winifred Holtby, Rose Macaulay, Elizabeth Robins, George Bernard Shaw, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Rebecca West, Ellen Wilkinson, and Virginia Woolf.
This souvenir edition is published to mark the centenary of Time and Tide’s first issue. Replicating the format of the original magazine, it contains a selection of pieces (articles, fiction, poems, reviews, letters) by prominent women writers and journalists of the 1920s and 1930s, and a foreword by Polly Toynbee.
Published 02/11/2020 in the United Kingdom
Paperback | 36 pages