Diana Leonard, 1941-2010 1

Diana Leonard, one of the founders of Trouble & Strife magazine, died on 27 November; her funeral takes place in London today.  Di was a member of the magazine’s original editorial collective, who also wrote for it (her work appears in the T&S Reader which was published last year) and supported it actively throughout its 20-year life as a printed publication.  Her friend and former colleague Miriam David (also a one-time contributor to T&S) has written an obituary which reminds us how much Di contributed to feminism both as an activist and an academic.  She will be greatly missed.

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  • Marlene Packwood

    I am so sad to learn that Diana has died. I only learnt today though I was in touch with her by email. I knew her from 1976 and we were both in a radical feminism group together with Amanda Sebastyen and Gail Chester. She was a good friend and often wanted readings from me (I am clairvoyant) and her natal chart looking into. I last saw her at her house in Islington last year. I was so glad she had her little dog for company. We walked around the square for some fresh air and exercise. Bless You , Di

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