Feb 22, 2016
Annie Caulfield has adapted Erica Jong’s era-defining novel for the radio. But does it make her want to stand in the mist and cry or does it remain as pure as the proverbial zipless?
Feb 02, 2016
Ever wanted to apologise for something but don’t know where to start? In a regular series where our writers atone for their past sins, Annie Caulfield wants to say sorry to herself.
Nov 09, 2015
Annie Caulfield looks into the heart of an artichoke. Wait, what?
Sep 10, 2015
Shh, Annie Caulfield is trying to write. No, really. Just as soon as she’s finished wondering why her French windows are called French windows. And why a large, furry thing has just scuttled across the terrace…
Aug 10, 2015
In a week-long exploration of peculiar living situations, five Standard Issue writers discuss their experiences, from dreamy showbiz apartment blocks to the housemate from Hell. First up is Annie Caulfield, who reflects on how she came to live in an idyllic Andalucían cave house previously occupied by a donkey.
Jun 24, 2015
Annie Caulfield has a reeeeally urgent message for a shy five year old who is, due to an unfortunate incident on a climbing frame, just minutes away from being renamed “Wee Wee Girl”.
Jun 03, 2015
Annie Caulfield thinks she might quite enjoy sport and games if it weren’t for all the rabid competitiveness. This Girl Can? Great. But This Girl Can’t Be Bothered.
Jul 22, 2015
Denzel Washington, Kylie, Bono, Elton John, Susan Sarandon... You name them, veteran charity concert backstager Annie Caulfield has had inconsequential fragments of conversation with them.
Jul 15, 2015
When it comes to brilliant days out, Annie Caulfield finds that the biggest attractions can come in the smallest packages.
Apr 29, 2015
In her early 40s, Annie Caulfield and her partner travelled to Spain for fertility treatment. Here, the dramatist reflects on the events that ensued, and explains why we need to take a different approach to the way we discuss the topic of egg donation.