Tag Archives: queer

Trish Salah’s Poetry Collection WANTING IN ARABIC: Why to Read It, and How

Have you ever read something that felt too smart for you? Winnipeg-based writer Trish Salah’s poetry collection Wanting In Arabic was like that for me, especially when I first picked it up. I’ve actually had quite a few unsuccessful starts … Continue reading

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A great article on trying to pinpoint how exactly we can qualify certain books as ‘queer.’ This gets especially tricky with older titles where many of our contemporary markers of queerness are not legible (such as in Virginia Woolf’s work–I’ve … Continue reading

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Welcome to Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian! Also, a review of Amber Dawn’s novel Sub Rosa

Hello readers! Welcome to the first of many posts on my blog, featuring reviews of and news about books by and about queer Canadian women.  If you’d like to know more about this site, see About This Blog; if you’d … Continue reading

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