The members of the Feminist Review Collective know well the importance and pitfalls of representation when sutured to location. In 2007 the author complete the first full draft of a manuscript on how the recent past of feminist theory is told, part of which retells that story through the affinities between Judith Butler and Wittig. Over the period 2003-2006, the group "Travelling Concepts" meets at least twice annually to discuss how concepts in feminist theory move back and forth across Europe. She walks into the sun-dappled garden in Lewes where the 2004 Feminist Review summer meeting begins and join the other London-based collective members. The group takes classes in "feminist improvisational theatre", gossip about academic life, eat food together and argue about small and large things. She can't detach fantasy from reality when asked to reflect on transatlantic movements, theory and politics.