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Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Gloss by Ida Stewart: "There is an expression that you are the place you come from. This is ...
The city was beautiful. Red roofs, tall church towers and scattered metal constructions the communists had left behind w...
Short story, "A Perfect Family House" by MaryAnne Kolton: "At nine o’clock, she gave Lyssa, her eleven-month...
Metta Sáma reviews Amy King’s I Want to Make You Safe: "King’s book is not quiet; hers is an aesthetics of sound fr...
Kylie Grant reviews Emma Henderson's debut novel, "Grace Williams Says It Loud": "it is a brave book and one that plays ...
Metta Sáma reviews Marie-Elizabeth Mali's "Steady, My Gaze": "Mali’s poems are deceitful: sizzling and quiet, brash a...
Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Kelle Groom's memoir, "I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl": "Her life, as she tells it,...
Her Circle takes a close look at the emerging world of self-publishing and the myriad of opportunities for the independe...
By the 1970s, the second wave feminist movement was well underway. Yet many Canadian newsrooms remained boys clubs, with...
Natsuo Kirino’s novels are not for the faint-hearted, nor are they for westerners loath to abandon the cultural stereo...
As a warning for a future in which women lose the right to control their bodies, When She Woke is a solid contribution t...
Elsa Dorfman describes life as a creative female among writers of the Beat Generation and beyond, and gives a bit of adv...
Melissa Corliss DeLorenzo takes a look at National Novel Writing Month from a local and global perspective. "NaNoWriMo h...
Shana Thornton reviews Who Is Ana Mendieta? (Feminist Press, 2011) by Christine Redfern and Caro Caron: "We see the oppr...