Tag Archives: Adèle Barclay

What Are The Stories Behind the Data? The Count, Accountability and More Questions Than Answers

By Adèle Barclay Usually the end of the critic’s tenure corresponds with data from The Count. From 2011 to 2015, CWILA annually accumulated and analyzed data regarding the review of books in Canadian newspapers and magazines. The Count looks at … Continue reading

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What George Did: Zoe Whittall on rape culture as seen from the inner circle of the accused

The Best Kind of People, Zoe Whittall (House of Anansi Press) Reviewed by Adèle Barclay Originally published by the Literary Review of Canada Zoe Whittall’s third novel, The Best Kind of People, demarcates a pivot point for the Canadian novelist, screenwriter … Continue reading

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CWILA Announces Critic-in-Residence for 2017: Adèle Barclay

Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA) is thrilled to announce that Adèle Barclay will be our Critic-in-Residence (CiR) for 2017. Word from Adèle Barclay: “I’m honoured and elated to accept the position of CWILA’s critic in residence. I’m grateful … Continue reading

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