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Cross-Canada writers at Fat Oyster Reading Series
Comox Valley Record
Fat Oyster Reading Series is hosting four dynamic writers at its next event Sept. 27, 7 p.m. at the Fanny Bay Hall. The featured readers are Brian Brett, Anita Anand, Janet Miller and Linda K. Thompson. Brian Brett, former chair of the Writers' Union ...

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The Globe and Mail

Review: Nick Mount's Arrival charts the ascent of Canadian writing ...
The Globe and Mail
In Arrival: The Story of CanLit, Nick Mount discusses the rise of Canadian authors such as Alice Munro, seen here in 2013, during the 1960s and beyond.

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CBC.ca

'As a Muslim, as a Canadian, as a woman': writers share first-hand stories
CBC.ca
A group of Canadian Muslim women have come together to create an anthology of first-hand stories exploring the diversity, and intersection, of the Islamic faith and Canadian nationality. The contributors say that too often, Muslim women are spoken for ...



Essays on Canadian Writing was established in 1974 as a scholarly journal of criticism and review devoted to the study of Canadian literature. We are receptive to all critical approaches and to all theoretical modes of inquiry. Submissions are welcome in English and French.

The ideal ECW essay focuses on a problem or an issue of interest to people involved in the reading of Canadian writing, and does so in a style that is engaging and direct. Our aim is to publish original, challenging, and factually accurate research on all periods and genres of Canadian writing. ECW encourages the publication of detailed review essays of new books by and about Canadian writers or about theoretical issues connected with the study and appreciation of Canadian Literature. The journal also supports the publication of interviews and bibliographies devoted to Canadian literary topics. Essays of any length will be considered.

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Essays on Canadian Writing is indexed in the American Humanities Index, the Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature, the Arts & Humanities Citation Index, the Book Review Index, the Canadian Index, the Canadian Literature Index, the Canadian Periodical Index, the Children's Book Review Index, the Humanities Index, and the MLA Bibliography, and is included in Abstracts of English Studies, The Year's Work in English Studies, and Ulrich's International Periodical Directory.

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