Ghost Ship An art project inspired by Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters from Norway


Inspired by Mary Wollstonecraft – foremother of feminism, teacher & educational pioneer, writer, early human rights advocate, first female war correspondent – this art project is a visual re-imagining of Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway & Denmark

Article in The London Magazine on the Mary Wollstonecraft Open Weekend

The Broadway Bookshop newsletter on the Ghost Ship exhibition

'Inspirational ... Louisa Albani unlocks the lost voice of a woman whose philosophy and worldview can impact on us today' – Dr Helen Fry, author & historian 


A5 pamphlet  £7.50 + post and packing

28pp. 14 colour illustrations  ISBN 978-0-9930165-1-6


Available at the following London bookshops

Foyles Bookshop Charing Cross Road,

Daunts Bookshop Marylebone High Street & Hampstead

London Review Bookshop Bury Place, Owl Bookshop Kentish Town

Muswell Hill Bookshop Fortis Green Road, House of Books Crouch End

Stoke Newington Bookshop High Street, Stoke Newington

Brick Lane Bookshop Hackney, John Sandoe Bookshop Chelsea

Housmans Radical Booksellers, Kings Cross

The Broadway Bookshop, Hackney

Available at the following bookshops in the UK

Arnofini Bookshop Harbourside, Bristol


A Celebration of Mary Wollstonecraft  St Pancras Old Church,  Saturday 27 April 2019


Extraordinary Women of Bath  Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution, January-March 2019


Mary Wollstonecraft - Ghost Ship  Broadway Bookshop, Hackney, 10 October - 30 November 2018

Mary Wollstonecraft Open Day Weekend  St Pancras Old Church, 8/9 September 2018

Letters from Norway  Bookmarks Socialist Bookshop, Bloomsbury St, London, 16-30 April 2018

 To purchase, click above  

To support the campaign to celebrate the life of Mary Wollstonecraft with a statue, please visit: 

Mary on the Green