What, if anything, makes queer women’s writing distinct? Is there a “lesbian sentence” in the same way that Virginia Woolf implied there would be a “woman’s sentence”? Has this sentence changed with the increased social acceptance of queer women? Join this intergenerational panel, with Betsy Warland, Leah Horlick, Jane Byers, Ali Blythe and Shani Mootoo, reading and discussing their work in this context. Host: Chris Fox.
Saturday, November 8, 11:15 a.m.
Venue: Oak Bay United Church, 1355 Mitchell Street, Victoria, BC