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In Conversation with Kim Trainor

Kim Trainor’s first collection is Karyotype (Brick Books, 2015). Her upcoming work, Ledi, a book-length narrative poem on an Iron-Age horsewoman of the Siberian steppes, will appear with BookThug in 2018. She lives in Vancouver. Interview by Doyali Islam Doyali Islam: Your … Continue reading

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An Interview with Cherie Dimaline, Writer in Residence, First Nations House (University of Toronto), and Managing Editor, Muskrat Magazine

By Sadiqa de Meijer CWILA was founded in response to several writers noticing and documenting the disparity between the number of poetry books written by women in Canada and the percentage of reviews of devoted to them. Let’s start with … Continue reading

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