by Braz Menezes
Publishing

Diversity in Canadian literature

Alice Munro. Mordecai Richler. Margaret Atwood. What do those names have in common? They are all famous Canadian authors. And they are all white. The Canadian literary establishment isn’t very diverse. Author Jael Richardson talked to Metro Morning about the new Festival of Literary Diversity and why there aren’t more Canadian literary stars from diverse backgrounds.

Read the full article and listen to what she had to say on CBC Books.