Pregnancy is nice, or at least that's what is often sold. In her latest release, 'After the Storm', Emma Jane Unsworth reexamines the negative aspects of her own pregnancy and why they are less mentioned. 'After the Storm' dives into postnatal depression, medical experiences, the science of what's happening as you become a parent, & much more.
Acclaimed writer Emma Jane Unsworth talks to us about her first non-fiction book 'After the Storm', an account of her postnatal depression. She describes the unrealistic expectations we have of new mothers and how many factors caused her depression. It's a brave, important book told in Emma's direct and funny style.
What a great way to start a new series! The brilliant Emma Jane Unsworth joins us down the line from Brighton. Emma is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Hungry, the Stars and Everything, Adults and Animals, which was turned into a lauded film. Her latest work is a memoir about motherhood: After the Storm. We talked to her about werewolves, living in Jane Eyre's world, dirty girl gangs and the redemptive qualities of Carrie Fisher.BOOKSEmma Jane Unsworth - AnimalsEmma Jane Unsworth - AdultsEmma Jane Unsworth - After The StormCharlotte Bronte - Jane EyreAgatha Christie - CollectionCarrie Fisher - Postcards From the EdgeMarian Keyes - Rachel’s HolidayEdward St Aubyn - Bad NewsCalla Henkel - Other People’s ClothesEmer McLysaght & Sarah Breen - Oh My God What a Complete AislingNikesh Shukla - Brown BabyCandice Brathwaite - I Am Not Your Baby MotherSigrid Nunez - The FriendGayl Jones - CorregidoraCandice Carty-Williams - QueenieRaven Leilani - LusterKristen Roupenian - You Know You Want ThisGlen Duncan - Last WerewolfJilly Cooper - RivalsGustave Flaubert - Madame BovaryMaggie Nelson - ArgonautsSinead Gleeson - ConstellationsMaggie O’Farrell - I Am I Am I AmLynn Enright - VaginaKirstin Innes - Scabby QueenJenn Ashworth - Ghosted: A Love StoryJenni Fagan - Luckenbooth Jenni Fagan -The Panopticon Katherine Heiny - Standard DeviationKatherine Heiny - Early Morning RiserKatherine Heiny - Single Carefree MellowLaurie Colwin - Happy All The TimeJennifer Egan - Visit From the Good SquadChloe Caldwell - I'll Tell You in PersonLorrie Moore - Gate at the StairsLorrie Moore - BarkMargaret Atwood - Cat’s EyeZadie Smith - White TeethZadie Smith - IntimationsPatricia Lockwood - No One is Talking About ThisPatricia Lockwood - PriestdaddyAnnie Proulx - Brokeback Mountain: Story to ScreenplayBilly Mernit - Writing the Romantic ComedySyd Field - Screenplay Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22: Emma Jane Unsworth, Alice Ash, Holly Seddon and Sophie Flynn talk about their new books and their favourites
The Brighton Book Club
On this episode of the Brighton Book Club, Anna asks four wonderful authors about their new books and what their favourites are. Holly Seddon discusses THE HIT LIST and waxes lyrical about IN THE END IT WAS ALL ABOUT LOVE Emma Jane Unsworth introduces us to hew new book AFTER THE STORM and tells us about her favourite book, THE PANOPTICON Sophie Flynn talks about her debut thriller ALL MY LIES and her favourite recent read TALL BONES Alice Ash reads from her first collection of short stories, PARADISE LOST, and tells us why she loves Shirley Jackson’s WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE Get in contact via Instagram @btnbookclub and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org More info about our next book club book, TALL BONES Music by Kane Aris at Atom Collection If you’ve heard the Reverb show and are wondering what the rest song is, it’s EAT YOUR GREENZ by Eliza Legzdina
Daisy Buchanan and Emma Jane Unsworth (burglary, sex, Woman's Hour and Simon Mayo)
Journalist and author Daisy Buchanan goes head to head with screenwriter and novelist Emma Jane Unsworth in a war of the words. They talk to host Joe Haddow about writing good sex, saying naughty words on Woman's Hour, how much they love Simon Mayo and how one might find a local burglar.They also discuss their new books, "Insatiable" and "Adults" and their writing influences.The Book Off sees Jilly Cooper (Rivals) pitted against Glen Duncan (The Last Werewolf) but which book will win??? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Em uma conversa inspirada em "Adultos", de Emma Jane Unsworth, Taila Lima, Heloiza Daou e Camila Fremder se reúnem para discutir sobre maternidade, ansiedade e o abismo que existe entre a vida real e a digital.
Our final guest for this Flux & Flow series of our TOAST Podcast is the award-winning novelist and screenwriter Emma Jane Unsworth. In October, Laura Barton travelled to Brighton to meet with Emma at the seafront. With seagulls screeching and waves lapping on the shingle shore, they discussed sea swimming, love, leaving the North and Emma’s experience of postnatal depression. Emma Jane Unsworth has written three novels, including the Sunday Times bestseller Adults. She adapted her novel Animals into a screenplay, and the film, starring Alia Shawkat and Holliday Grainger, premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2019. Unsworth won the British Independent Film Award for Best Debut Screenplay in 2019. She is currently writing several shows for television, including an episode of a comedy drama with Stephen Merchant and a new comedy for the BBC.
This video is so far from where I want it to be. My audio settings were messed up, I lost my tripod mount piece, and my camera died half-way through. I wanted to film and upload this next episode as a video episode, to set a new precedent, so I did and I’m still uploading it because perfection isn’t real! Ha ha. Today I’m reviewing “Grown Ups” by Emma Jane Unsworth– a book I picked up because I thought it might be vaguely relatable to my life and, turns out, it was. This book made me laugh, hold my breath, and have a small emotional spiral. #Casual “Grown Ups” is about Jenny McLiane; a 30-year-old woman working as a columnist at an online magazine The Floof. Her whole identity is wrapped up in her social media life, so when her ex leaves her, her body fails her, her friends start to leave her, and her mother moves back in with her… it’s a lot. I went on a journey with this book and I wasn’t at all expecting to. Honestly, if you’re in social media at all I recommend you listen to this book! Spoilers begin at 11:46 and end at 15:35. This is a short episode, but hopefully next time I’ll have my tech stuff sorted out and we’ll get a longer one. 😉 This book was gifted to me via Libro.fm’s influencer program, but I am not being paid to review it! If you use my link to sign up I’ll earn free audiobooks, so thank you. :) L I B R O . F M : http://bit.ly/malaraylibrofm I’m curious to hear if you’ve read “Grown Ups” and if you liked it or not. Leave a comment down below or over on Instagram – I respond to as many as I can! *Trigger warning*: I want to put a trigger warning in here for those of you who may have trauma around mis-carriages or have emotions tied to wanting to be pregnant, being unable to conceive, or really any sort of emotions tied to the completely complicated thoughts some of us women have in relation to motherhood. This book deals with a lot of those things and I wanted to be sure to call that out so you could be not taken by surprise, as I was. ♡ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.