LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 18: (L-R) Amir Hosseinpour and Miranda Richardson attend a private View and VE-Day Party For Calder After The War at Pace London Gallery on April 18, 2013 in London, England.
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Seeing Sylvia Plath with fresh regard
form her mother had intended. And on May 26 at the London Literature Festival, 40 British actresses and poets (among them Miranda Richardson, Juliet Stevenson and Anna Chancellor) will correct the record viva voce, reading “Ariel” aloud in the order set by from Minneapolis Star Tribune Read more »
Miranda Richardson: 'I hate our sneering attitude to success'
Richardson was fully primed for a fight. Ahead of the recent meeting to decide the shortlist for the Women's prize for fiction – previously the Orange prize – the actor, chair of this year's judges, had her fists balled tight in defence of Hilary Mantel and from Guardian Unlimited Read more »
Women's Prize for Fiction: Tall Poppy Syndrome?
Miranda Richardson, Chair of the judges for the , said yesterday that she feared "tall poppy syndrome", and spoke out about the "hideous" British attitude to success, she was referring to the peculiar case of Hilary Mantel. Peculiar, because the problem she from The Telegraph Read more »
Miranda Richardson blasts vitriolic attacks on Hilary Mantel weeks after the author declared Kate Middleton plastic princess
Richardson is chairman of judges for Women’s Prize for FictionSaid Mantel deserved to be on shortlist regardless of previous successMantel has won Booker and Costa Book award for Bring Up The Bodies Britain has a ‘hideous’ attitude to success, the chairman from Daily Mail - UK Read more »
Mantel in line for third award
Richardson has taken a swipe at Britain's "hideous" approach to success as the actress-turned-literary judge announced Hilary Mantel has been short-listed for another major book prize. Miranda Richardson has taken a swipe at Britain's \"hideous\" approach from Herald Scotland Read more »