Some Recent Work
Over at The Walrus, The Unbalancing Act: How Literary Periodicals Fail to Correct Gender Inequity
But what of those in demand: writers who have the liberty, the privilege, and the means to publish where they like? Maybe it isn’t too novel a concept to have them recognize the glaring inequities of the literary publications that endeavour to include them, and in extreme cases say “no thanks.”
Over at The National Post, Write Like a Man
The real question, the one we consistently avoid in op-eds and blog posts on the topic, the one we’re truly afraid to ask and that’s so much harder (and more embarrassing) to grapple with, is this -why don’t we value women themselves? Their lives, their experiences, their domains -stereotypical and otherwise?