Women have long been written out of history, marginalised and ignored. Tory Shepherd interviews Sarah Watling about the remarkable women writers who went to Spain to fight fascism in the 1930s.
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Sarah Watling was the 2016 winner of the Tony Lothian Prize for best first uncommissioned biography for Noble Savages. She holds a degree in history from the University of Cambridge and a master’s degree in historical research from the University of London. Tomorrow Perhaps The Future is her second book.
Tory Shepherd is a senior reporter at Guardian Australia. Before the Guardian, she worked for the ABC, Crikey, Cosmos Magazine, and Gourmet Traveller, and before that she spent about 16 years at The Advertiser, including a stint as the political editor commuting between Adelaide and Canberra.