Critic-in-Residence 2014: Shannon Webb-Campbell



From our Critics-in-Residence: A Conversation Between Shannon Webb-Campbell and Sue Sinclair

Shannon Webb-Campbell reviews Quivering Land by Roewan Crowe

CWILA presents a Poetry and launch of Best Canadian Poetry in English 2013 hosted by Shannon Webb-Campbell and Sue Goyette

“An Incomplete Manifesto for CWILA”

“An Interview with Mi’kmaw poet Shalan Joudry by Shannon Webb-Campbell”

CWILA at the Gillers: A Report from Critic-in-Residence Shannon Webb-Campbell


Interview with CWILA’s 2014 critic in residence, Shannon Webb-Campbell” on

In Conversation with Shannon Webb-Campbell” in Concrete & River

Outsider Perspectives: Jane Byers on Poetic Process Interview by Shannon Webb-Campbell” in Plentitude Magazine

“Dalhousie University Alumna Profile Shannon Webb-Campbell”

Articles & Reviews

The Coast Poetry Saves Lives: National Poetry Month feature

The CoastAmber Dawn’s poetic justice

The CoastThe Success of Failure

Telegraph Journal Book Review of Binary Blunder: Are Men Obsolete? 

Telegraph Journal Book Review of Jenn Currin‘s School

Telegraph Journal Book Review of  Sina QueyrasMXT

Telegraph Journal Poetry Review of  Sandra Lynn Lynxleg‘s Glass Beads

National Post Book Review of  Shani Mootoo‘s Moving Forward Sideways Like a Crab

Quill and Quire Spotlight on Robert Munsch in Mi’kmaq

Visual Arts News Magazine Entangled Particles’ haunting poetry review

Atlantic Books Today Book Review of Sylvia D. Hamilton’s I Alone Escaped To Tell You

Atlantic Books Today Book Review of Susan Paddon’s Two Tragedies In 429 Breaths

Atlantic Books Today Book Review of Geordie Miller’s Re:Union

Atlantic Books Today Book Review of Brian Bartlett’s Ringing Here & There: A Nature Calendar

The Coast Have Mercy profile on poet and songwriter Amelia Curran

The Coast A Woman Like Bettye LaVette

The Coast Beauty at the Sarah McLachlan show

The Coast Review For the Love of Jenn Grant, a review of one of her three sold out shows

The Coast Alejandra Ribera embraces mystery


On The Sidewalk,” a poem in tribute to Raymond Taavel published in Plentitude Magazine

The Coast Love Poems in a Bottle

Poetry reading with Jaime Forsythe and Shannon Webb-Campbell at Mount Saint Vincent University October 7.

“Harvest Your Heart,” a poem from Still No Word (Breakwater Books 2015) was transformed into a video piece by Krista Davis and exhibited at Creative Nova Scotia Awards November 20.

Quill and Quire: Shannon Webb-Campbell wins Egale Canada Out in Print Literary Award


“Cursty To Handsome Butches, Boys and Trans Guys,” an essay in Out Proud: Stories of Courage, Pride and Social Justice (Breakwater Books), edited by David Gosse. Halifax reading at The Company House on July 23.

“Though I Dress in Armour, I Was Not Born to Fight,” an essay published in MESS: The Hospital Anthology (Tightrope Books). Halifax reading at The Company House on May 2 with editor Julie Deveany.

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