Check out this interview with Lisa Robertson on the CWILA website, where she discusses the political and economic aspects of living as a female writer. Lisa Robertson will be joining us, along with Nicole Brossard, Gail Scott and Rachel Levtisky, this Thursday (October 16!) for a day long celebration of Quebec Women’s Writing. The festivities will begin at 11 am for a marathon reading of Gail Scott’s novel My Paris, and will continue with a reading featuring all four writers beginning at 7 pm. Both events will take place in Room 767 of Concordia University’s Hall Building (1455 de Maisonneuve West). See you there!
Anger as Productive, an Interview with Lisa Robertson
October 12, 2014