CanLit Dumpster Fire - a reading list
This list is not complete. It is a living document, and new resources can be added as they come. Its purpose is to compile the important work that is responding to issues and discussions in "CanLit".
If you have a new resource, essay or link to add, let me know. I don’t plan on revising this regularly, so please be patient.
Please share and use! Thank and cite the folks who did the heavy lifting in writing these essays.
(To update the list, please contact Carrianne Leung at email@example.com)
Jen Sookfong Lee
Kai Cheng Thom
Appropriation Prize Fire
On Appropriation Prize
An interview with Quill and Quire with Doyali Islam.
UBC Accountable and CanLit Accountable Fires
Counter letter to UBCAccountable
A list of resources and collected twitter threads by Julie Rak
The Power in Words By Celyn Harding-Jones
Stacy Lee Kong
Sexual assault/harrassment in CanLit
Jen Sookfong Lee
Erin Wunker on Love, Anonymous project
Brenna Clarke Gray
Toronto spoken word community
Canadian law on defamation and sexual assault/harrassment
On defamation law and possible defenses
Canadian Bar Assoc on defamation and libel law
The Writers Union of Canada
Edward Prutschi on civil versus criminal harrassment cases
Owen Bourns on online defamation law
Sexual assault/harrassment in academia and creative writing programs
Nell Gluckman on sexual harrassment in creative writing programs
Karthik Shankar on students publishing list of abusers in India
Sexual assault/harrassment in American lit circles
Martha C. Nussbaum
Katie J.M. Baker
Alexandra Erin on convicting abusers
Ronan Farrow on systemic victim silencing
Claire Dederer on the art of abusive men
Rahael Denhollander on the prive of coming forward
Buzzfeed call for tips
Theresa Smalec "Art of #MeToo: Cara Cole's Illuminated Manuscript,"Politics/Letters Live, 3 Aug. 2018.