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Mariianne Mays

Herizons: The group of poems that open your latest book, Now You Care, is called “Zone: [le Détroit].” They are about the polluted border between Windsor and Detroit,...

Casting Call: Art Transforms Body and Soul
Carole TenBrink

(KINGSTON) When Cheryl-Ann Webster’s 13-year-old daughter told her that a friend was saving her allowance for breast implants, she knew she had to do something.

Straying from the Gender Pack
Joy Parks
Ivan E. Coyote is doing what she does best. She's telling a story and this one is about her experiences in public washrooms, the place where her gender is most often questioned. "I've frightened...
Hormone Therapy: A Prescription for Replacement
Penni Mitchell

In 1966,an American doctor named Robert Wilson wrote Feminine Forever, a book that promoted estrogen replacement as a miracle cure for women 's aging woes.

(Achives 2002) Interview with Carol Sheilds
Irene D'Souza

Despite the strides made by women during the last century, many female authors continue to face inordinate odds getting their work written and published. They may still be searching for 'a room of...

(Archives 2001) The All-Girl On-line Revolution
Krista Scott-Dixon

The Internet intrigues me, and for my master's research I looked at what young women were producing and putting on line.