We warmly thank the contributors of the cluster “Women’s Lives on Screen” for their excellent papers and for the dedication that they have shown to this article cluster on Women’s Lives on Screen despite the intense pressures, limitations, and uncertainties of the global Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, we would like to acknowledge the time and effort devoted by reviewers to ascertain the quality of this cluster, and the invaluable support of our copy editor Edward Saunders. Our gratitude also goes to the Centre for Life Writing Research at King’s College London and to Caitríona Ní Dhúill and Clare Brant, who have played crucial roles in the development of the conference ‘Herstory Re-Imagined’. Petra van Langen of the European Journal of Life Writing took care of the production of this cluster and we are very grateful for her patience and efficiency. Finally, we would like to give mention to the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), which supported this work under Grant V543-G23.
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