Canadian Women in the Literary Arts Announces the 2014 Critic-in-Residence, writer and critic Shannon Webb-Campbell

Shannon Webb-CampbellCWILA is thrilled to announce our second annual Critic-in-Residence, Shannon Webb-Campbell. Shannon is a Halifax-based writer and literary critic. For a more thorough introduction to Shannon read her correspondence with inaugural Critic in Residence Sue Sinclair. Welcome Shannon, and thank you so much Sue!

You can take a look at the critical work Shannon has done so far during her residency.

Shannon Webb-Campbell is a Canadian writer, poet and arts journalist. Currently, she is earning her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia, and holds an English Literature and Journalism degree from Dalhousie University. Her writing has appeared in the top Canadian magazines, anthologies and quarterlies such as Riddle Fence, Quill and Quire, and Room, among many others. She is working on a book of short fiction, as well as a collection of poetry. She grew up outside of Toronto, calls Newfoundland home, and lives in the north end of Halifax.

 

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