LCP50: THE FEMINIST CAUCUS

The League’s Feminist Caucus came to be as a result of a long article by Sharon Nelson published in the summer 1981 edition of the League newsletter: she examined the disparity in representation of men to women poets within the League, which brought many of the female members together to … [click for more]

IN CONVERSATION WITH ROOM MAGAZINE

It’s exciting times for feminism in Canadian literature! Room magazine, Canada’s oldest literary journal by and about women, is celebrating its 40th anniversary and we thought this we be a great opportunity to chat with them about the future of feminism, literature, and art. This interview with Room Managing Editor … [click for more]

IN CONVERSATION WITH ROBIN RICHARDSON

I created Minola Review, named after Katherine Minola, the shrew who is arguably broken by men in Taming of the Shrew, in an attempt to resuscitate that stifled voice. Minola Review features all women and is carefully curated for only the strongest, fiercest, most honest voices. Minola Review is a … [click for more]

THE FEMINIST CAUCUS – SELECTED MEDIA

  Imprints and Casualties: poets on women and language, reinventing memory, Vol. 2 (Broken Jaw Press, 2000) “A worthwhile project. It presents the papers, letters, thoughts and poems without comment, letting readers draw their own discussions and conclusions.” — New Hope International Review (UK) PRAISE FOR Imprints and Casualties Anne Burke … [click for more]