Author Archives: Adele Barclay

And we’re back!

Dear readers, CWILA Links is back after a season of winter hibernation–not unlike the social tides of the Pacific Northwest. It’s spring! The trees are sexting! These are the links we’re reading: A literary obituary of editor extraordinaire Ellen Seligmans, who … Continue reading

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CWILA Links: Now that we live in a meritocracy…

CWILA LINKS is back after getting swept up in election hullabaloo earlier this month. Maybe we should start an offshoot count where we look at cabinet and MP stats…. Here are your links for the week: In case you missed … Continue reading

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CWILA Links: The Count, open letters, and shortlists!

It’s a huge week for CWILA! We’ve just released The Count. Check out the infographic, Erin Wunker’s introduction that explores the CWILA effect, and Judith Scholes’ explanation of the methods and results. Give it all a read and help spread the word. As for other literary links … Continue reading

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CWILA Links: The Mainly White Room, What I Wanted To Wear & Drunk Confessions.

  Welcome to the latest edition of CWILA links, dear readers. It’s been a busy few weeks in North American literature. We have a lot to think about and many voices to listen to—so let’s plunge into it. In case … Continue reading

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CWILA Links: Brand on Rich, noms de plume, and locked accounts.

September is here and summer is slowly inching out of our lives. It’s back to school for some or simply sweater season. In any case, I have some more links for you to read! “To hear her voice is to … Continue reading

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CWILA Links

Welcome to the first instalment of CWILA Links! Every couple of weeks I’ll be recapping news, essays, interviews, and reviews concerned with writing, feminism, and social justice. This week I recommend reading a conversation between Ta-Nehisi Coates and Roxane Gay, two incredibly important … Continue reading

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