An Eloquent Bitch Podcast
  • Rayanne Haines
2 episodes
At An Eloquent Bitch Podcast, Rayanne Haines interviews women identifying and non-binary writers, publishers, agents and editors in Canada. With a focus on intersectionality she tackles questions around social movements, cultural trends, feminism, #CanLit, and inclusion / representation. And, at the end of the day, celebrates these writers who are making things happen in the literary world.


Luciana Erregue
2021 Feb 1552m 8s
This month's episode features Luciana Erregue. Luciana is the editor/owner of Laberinto Press, an art historian, academic, and writer. She is a Banff Centre Literary Arts Alumni, a former Edmonton Arts Council Artist in Residence, and a recipient of the EAC Cultural Diversity in the Arts Grant. Her work has been published nationally and internationally and showcased at literary festivals. Luciana also maintains her blog SpectatorCurator. In our conversation we discuss othering, how and why Luciana started her own press, using wit and humour in writing, and the emotional burdens placed on women in the writing world.
Ayesha Chatterjee
2021 Jan 1553m 9s
For our first episode we speak with poet and editor Ayesha Chatterjee. Chatterjee is the author of two poetry collections, The Clarity of Distance, and Bottles and Bones. Her work has appeared in journals across the world and been translated into French and Slovene. Chatterjee is past president of the League of Canadian Poets and current chair of the League’s Feminist Caucus. She is also poetry advisor to Exile magazine, a Canadian quarterly dedicated to the visual and literary arts. Born and raised in India, Ayesha Chatterjee has lived in England, the USA and Germany and now calls Toronto home.
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