Ana Stevenson is a writer and researcher residing in the East of England. She specialises in 19th-century English literature, notably the Romantic movement with a particular focus on Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats.
Ana frequently participates in events and courses on literature and writing. Most recently she concluded a course on Romantic Poets at the University of Oxford and reviewed a seminar organised by the Romantic Novels 1817 and hosted by Dr Freya Johnston at the University of Greenwich.
She also works as a volunteer for English Heritage, her role involves guiding visitors through a Georgian house while providing information about the architecture and historical context of the period, along with the large collection of artwork that is displayed within the site. – features of note include works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Dyck, Gainsborough and Reynolds.
At the moment Ana is working on a poetry pamphlet to be published by the end of 2017. She is also engaged with comparing and contrasting political occurrences from the early 19th century with today’s affairs – remarking on the state of our government and the general public reaction.
On this page, you will find a selection of Ana’s essays, articles, and creative pieces. The blog section is designated to informal texts on literature and culture, travelling, cultural tours, relevant courses and events, music, history, and other subjects related to her areas of interest.