The Angela Carter Society, which was established in 2017, seeks to celebrate and promote the study and appreciation of the life and work of Angela Carter, one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. This society aims to create an international community of Angela Carter scholars and passionate readers to share and discuss historic and contemporary developments in the field of Angela Carter studies.

Members will have exclusive access to a contact list with information about members’ interests, the annual newsletter and our annual Angela Carter Society Conference for members to meet and share the latest Angela Carter scholarship.

Membership to this scholarly society is by an annual subscription.


CfP – Angela Carter: A Radical Prescience?

CfP – Angela Carter: A Radical Prescience? Symposium: Saturday 5 March 2022 Call for Papers: Extended Deadline, 31 December 2021 The Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction at the University of Chichester invites proposals for papers, creative writing readings, panel discussions and events for our forthcoming symposium, Angela Carter: A Radical Prescience? The …

Truly It Felt Like Year One: A Tour of Angela Carter’s 1960s Bristol

We’re excited to announce that Professor Marie Mulvey-Roberts and Dr Charlotte Crofts are collaborating with Dr Stephen Hunt on a tour of Angela Carter’s 1960s Bristol as part of Being Human Festival 2020, the UK’s only festival of the humanities. Angela Carter, one of the twentieth-century’s most acclaimed novelists, came of age as a writer in …

Winners of the 2020 Angela Carter Society Award announced!

We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 Angela Carter Society Awards, which were revealed at the inaugural Angela Carter Society Conference 2020, in Lausanne, Switzerland on 8 Oct. Best Chapter/Journal Article – Winner Gina Wisker (2019) ‘Desire, disgust and dead women: Angela Carter’s rewriting women’s fatal scripts from Poe and Lovecraft’, in …


The Angela Carter Society was set up to celebrate and promote the study and appreciation of the life and work of Angela Carter

Executive Committee

Dr Charlotte Crofts, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Professor Marie Mulvey-Roberts, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Dr Caleb Sivyer, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

International Advisory Board

Dr Scott Dimovitz, Regis University, Denver, USA

Professor Sir Christopher Frayling, Fellow of Churchill College Cambridge, UK

Dr Sarah Gamble, Swansea University, UK

Professor Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Professor Natsumi Ikoma, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan

Dr Rebecca Munford, Cardiff University, UK

Dr Maria Peres, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Ali Smith, CBE & Royal Society of Literature

Dr Maggie Tonkin, University of Adelaide, Australia

Dame Marina Warner, President of the Royal Society of Literature and Professor of English and Creative Writing at Birkbeck, University of London, UK

Dr Anna Watz, Linköping University, Sweden

Professor Gina Wisker, University of Brighton, UK

Jack Zipes, Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota

Images on this website are from the Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter exhibition, copyright of RWA Bristol.


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Image: Angela Carter, 1976; photograph by Fay Godwin
Estate of Fay Godwin/British Library/National Portrait Gallery, London