Rabble.ca, January 7th, 2015 “CWILA’s new critic-in-residence looks forward to 2015”

Hook and Eye Feminism, January 26th, 2015 “Feminism and Emotional Labour Redux”

The Georgia Straight, December 19th, 2014 “Canadian Women in the Literary Arts chooses transgender scholar as critic-in-residence”

CBC The Early Edition, December 18th, 2014. Go to 1:22:25 to hear an ‘Interview with Lucas Crawford’ our Critic-in -Residence.

Quill and Quire, December 17th, 2014 “Lucas Crawford named CWILA’s 2015 critic-in-residence”

Open Book Toronto, November 10th, 2014 “CWILA launches membership drive to promote gender equality in Canadian writing”

Regina Leader-Post, October 21st, 2014 “Book reviews show preference for male authors”

Vancouver Sun, October 18th, 2014 “Book review space more geared to men, than women, study says”

Canadian Literature, October 7th, 2014 “The 2013 Canadian Women in the Literary Arts Count”

Book Riot, October 6th, 2014 “Book Riot Podcast #73: Pizza, Books, and Spreadsheets”

Canada Arts Connect, October 3rd, 2014 “2013 CWILA Numbers: Tracking the Ratio of Male to Female Writers in Canadian Literary Media”

Hook and Eye, October 2nd, 2014 “It’s about more than Livesay”

The Argosy, October 2nd, 2014 “Canada’s Literary Gender Gap”

View the Vibe, October 2nd, 2014 “Tastemaker: Erin Wunker”

The Belle Jar, September 28th, 2014 “A dudely challenge: read more books by women”

Le Devoir, 25 septembre 2014 “Les comptes ne sont pas bons”

Canadian Literature, Spring 2014 “Auditing, Tracking and Counting CanLit.”

ActuaLitté, 26 septembre 2014 “CWILA dénonce un “fossé des genres” dans le milieu littéraire”

Quill and Quire, September 25th, 2014 “The Orenda was the most reviewed Canadian book of 2013”

Quill and Quire, September 25th, 2014 “CWILA’s 2013 Count Shows “Dismal” Gender Gap in Canadian Book Reviews”

Quill and Quire, January 24, 2014, “Twitter trend declares 2014 the year of reading women”

rabble.ca, November 13, 2013, “Women in CanLit rise to the top and elevate literary arts and discussion on gender equality”

The Globe and Mail, September 26, 2013, “David Gilmour exposes literature’s diversity problem”

Sun Media, September 26, 2013, “Prof’s comments expose ‘sexism, racism and homophobia’ in literary world”

Toronto Star, September 26, 2013, “David Gilmour: U of T professors distance themselves from comments”

rabble.ca, August 9, 2013, “CWILA 2012 Count: Results of the 2012 Count and the future of CWILA, Part II

rabble.ca, August 8, 2013, “CWILA 2012 Count: Revealing gender disparity trends in Canadian book reviews, Part I

Arc Poetry Magazine, August 1, 2013, “The Mid-2013 Checkpoint: Arc’s Reviews, Poetry, Essays, and Visual Art Numbers”

CBC News, July 29, 2013, “What writers read: Aritha van Herk

Stevie Howell, July 24, 2013, “Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA) Count: How I Add Up

Slightly Bookist, July 22, 2013, “CWILA 2012”

Winnipeg Free Press, July 20, 2013, “PAPER CHASE: Author turns memoir into one-woman fringe play”

The Globe and Mail, July 18, 2013, “When J.K. Rowling writes as a man, it’s not a stunt”

Jonathan Ball, July 17, 2013, “My Personal 2012 CWILA Count”

pesbo, July 12, 2013, “Bits and Pieces”

THIS Magazine, July 12, 2013, “Does the music industry need a gender count?”

Canadian Magazines Canadiens, July 9, 2013, “Literary Mags: How Inclusive Are Your Reviews?”

Canned Lit, July 9, 2013, “Turning the page on the gender gap in Canadian book reviews”

Quill & Quire, July 8, 2013, “Canadian Women in the Literary Arts expands mandate to include nationality and reviewer influence”

National Post, July 8, 2013, “Stacey May Fowles: Down for the count”

Quill & Quire, July 8, 2013, “Guest opinion: CWILA, gender imbalance and tracking of silence”

NEWS RELEASE – 2012 CWILA Count: Dialogue Alters Book Review Landscape and Infographic (PDF), July 6, 2013

Desirée O, May 27, 2013, “Women in the Arts: How Can We Give Them ‘A Genuine Shot at History'”

National Post, May 17, 2013, “Book Review: How Poetry Saved My Life, by Amber Dawn”

the Town Crier, May 14, 2013, “CWILA Counts in More Ways Than One”

Hook and Eye, May 6, 2013, “Hot Topic: Solidarity and Shout-outs”

the love story projet, May 2, 2013, “On CWILA, writing, and raging feminism”

Huffington Post, May 1, 2013, “Sexism and Silence in the Literary Community”

Nico Mara-McKay, April 29, 2013, “Why you should help CWILA”

the Town Crier, April 25, 2013, “Wikipedia’s American (Male) Novelists List: If You Don’t Like It, Change It”

The Globe and Mail, April 19, 2013, “From Granta, a best-of literary list that’s right for the times”

tulia thompson, March 25, 2013, “What New York Times Critic Dwight Garner Got Wrong in his Case for Critics who are Actually Critics”

The Montreal Gazette, January 9, 2013, “Where are the Female Reviewers?” 

The Canadian Encyclopedia Blog, December 31, 2012, “2012 Canadian Women Reading and Writing

Vancouver Sun Blog, December 16, 2012, “Canadian Women in the Literary Arts Appoints First Critic”

Vancouver Sun Blog, December 14, 2012, “CWILA announces inaugural critic of women’s literature”

The Guardian, UK, November 2, 2012,  “Canada and Australia Launch Women’s Literary Prizes”

Q with Jian Ghomeshi, October 29, 2012, “Gender-specific literary prizes, Duran Duran’s John Taylor, Q’s Sports Culture Panel

The Globe and Mail, October 24, 2012, “Canada’s Orange Prize: Why We Created An Award Just for Female Writers”

ArtsWire, July 5, 2012, “Canadian literature undervalues female authors, says UBC prof

The Capilano Review, June 30, 2012, “The Spectacle of Absence – Gillian Jerome on the CWILA Count

Poetry Foundation, June 25, 2012, “Canadian Web Project Offers Responses to Interface of Gender and Critical Reception

Room, “Canadian Women in Literary Arts (CWILA)

Jacket2, June 25, 2012, “CWILA to the avant-garde

The Vancouver Sun, June 22, 2012, “Book reviews are another example of society’s gender imbalance

The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, June 19, 2012, “Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA)

Pickle Me This, June 14, 2012, “Enter CWILA”

Quill & Quire, June 14, 2012, “Canadian Women in the Literary Arts releases first study of gender parity in Canada’s book media