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When Women Count

By Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand, translated by Bronwyn Haslam Lire l’essai originale française par Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand ici. fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. Often the attachment is scarcely … Continue reading

Quand les femmes comptent

Par Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand Read Bronwyn Haslam’s english translation of this essay here. le roman est semblable à une toile d’araignée, attachée très légèrement peut-être, mais enfin attachée à la vie par ses quatre coins. Souvent les liens sont à peine … Continue reading

Public + Women = Risky

Introduction to the 2013 CWILA Count By Erin Wunker “Écrire: je suis une femme est plein de conséquences.” (Nicole Brossard L’Amér, 45) “This question of publicness can’t be underestimated, particularly, as my blog posts attest, for women.” (Sina Queyras Unleashed, … Continue reading

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2013 CWILA Numbers

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2013 CWILA Count Methods and Results

By Judith Scholes Since CWILA began producing an annual Count of book reviews in Canada, our major objective has been to quantify the existing but often silent gender inequities within Canadian critical culture. Now in its third year, the Count … Continue reading

The CWILA Numbers 2012: An Introduction

By Gillian Jerome   “A big, empty, silent nothing sits at the centre of our literary discourse.” —novelist Madeleine Thien, “On Transparency”, National Post, March, 2013   In May 2013, author and Globe and Mail columnist Russell Smith presented a … Continue reading

2012 CWILA Numbers

The lists of submissions to the Governor General’s Literary Awards are extensive, but not fully comprehensive, lists of books published in a given year. They offer a pool of excellent books in multiple genres from which to consider our findings.  … Continue reading

Measuring Canadian Support on the “Literary Assembly Line”

By Laura Moss In an interview conducted for CWILA, Savanna Scott Leslie asked Mark Medley, the Books Editor at the National Post, to contextualize the fact that 70 per cent of the books reviewed in the Post’s Books Section were … Continue reading