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An Interview with Sue Sinclair, CWILA Critic-in-Residence

By Brecken Hancock When CWILA first launched, you mentioned (in an interview with Gillian Jerome) Nehamas’s proposal that beauty invites us into a relationship—and that, if there is judgment, it might offer a beginning rather than an end. In that … Continue reading

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A Philosophy of Criticism by Sue Sinclair

This statement is not intended to stand for all time, which is to say that in my year as CIR, I hope that my understanding of criticism and its role will continue to evolve. Nor is it intended to reflect … Continue reading

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Canadian Women In the Literary Arts Announces Inaugural Critic, Montreal poet Sue Sinclair

Montreal poet Sue Sinclair has been named the Canadian Women in the Literary Arts’ first Resident Critic, a post she will hold for the next year. The Critic-in-Residence, a paid position, has been created to address gender gaps in Canada’s … Continue reading

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