Our UK partners, led by Mark Jacobs, maintain the wonderful Laura (Riding) Jackson website that focuses on Laura’s writing. If you are interested in learning more about her work this is an essential resource.

See what Maria Popova is saying about Laura in her blog:

An wonderful article by Maria Popova from The Marginalian website

Read Maria Popova’s article about Laura’s book The Telling

Our virtual offerings:

Laura Riding and Dialectical Thinking with Dr. Simon Tilbury 6/29/21

Reading Riding, Slowly slowly with Dr. Joyce Wexler 5/19/21

Library collections relating to Laura (Riding) Jackson

Cornell University: Laura (Riding) Jackson Digital Archives

New York Public Library: Laura (Riding) Jackson Papers

Nottingham Trent University: Laura (Riding) Jackson Archival Collection

Northwestern University: Laura (Riding) Jackson Collection

University of Maryland: Laura (Riding) Jackson Papers Archive

Indian River State College (location of Laura’s historic home): Library Guide

Digital Recordings of Laura (Riding) Jackson

WTTB studio recording, Reel 1 – Harvard Digital Collections Laura (Riding) Jackson

WTTB studio recording, Reel 2 – Harvard Digital Collections Laura (Riding) Jackson

Norton lecture. reading Laura Riding – Harvard Digital Collections by John Ashbery

Academic Writing about Laura (Riding) Jackson

Blackmore, Jack Laura (Riding) Jackson Webinar Paper – Three Poems Written for the Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation “Conversations Series” 3/2021

Blackmore, Jack Reviving Life of the Dead 2021

Theodorakopoulos, Elena. ““The ever-dissolving image of deceptively tranquil antiquity”: Classical Myth and Literature in the Prose and Poetry of Laura Riding.” Synthesis: an Anglophone Journal of Comparative Literary Studies [Online], 0.12 (2019): 21-41. Web. 30 Mar. 2021

A Response from Laura’s official biographer about the film The Laureate (download below)

Laura (Riding) Jackson’s biographer separates fact from fiction in the movie and reminds us why truth matters.

THE LAUREATE: ‘Not to be construed as real’

By Elizabeth Friedmann

To read the article click this link, or download the article here:

Want more evidence that The Laureate is dishonest?

Read writer, musician, and composer Jay Ansil’s witty response to the film. Jay corresponded with Laura for the last few years of her life.

Click here to read Jay’s piece, or download the article here: