Feminist Caucus

femIn agreement with the LCP Constitution, the Feminist Caucus declares its abhorrence of all forms of discrimination, intolerance, and inequity, and hereby expresses its intention to take action against any manifestation of sexism, racism, anti-Semitism, lesbophobia, transphobioa, ageism, and ableism within our own organization and in the larger community.

Founded in 1982, the Feminist Caucus is a Standing Policy Committee of the League of Canadian Poets. Membership is open to any League member who shares the goals and objectives of the Caucus; many members are self-identified. All League members may participate in the annual business meeting as well as the annual open reading. Find out more about the history of the Caucus here!

You can find a collection of selected media on the Feminist Caucus and its publications here.


Monthly reports from Anne Burke contain book reviews, project and event news, and other information pertinent to members.


March February / January


December / November / October / September August / July / June / May / April March / February / January


Annual Report / December / November / October / September / August / July / June / May / April / March / February / January


December / November / October / September / August


The Living Archives Series documents the presentations of the panels sponsored yearly by the Caucus since its founding within the League in 1982, and includes various texts, correspondences, and other works significant to its history and the discussion of women and language in poetry. The series has become part of Women and Gender Studies at universities and colleges University of Western Ontario, in London, Ontario.  It has also garnered positive reviews, such as in Canadian Literature, a preeminent refereed academic journal. Sumptuous high-cost, perfect-bound, glossy editions have been published in past years by partnering with book publishers such as Quarry Press and Broken Jaw Press.

To view a full history of the Living Archives publications, or to purchase any of the texts, visit our Living Archives page.