CWILA Presents: Lucas Crawford and Shannon Webb-Campbell

Canadian Women In the Literary Arts (CWILA) is hosting a reading and conversation with their past and present critics-in-residence: Lucas Crawford (Critic-in-Residence 2015) and Shannon Webb-Campbell (Critic-in-Residence 2014).

Friday May 22nd, 7pm
SFU Harbour Centre, Room 1415
515 West Hastings St, Vancouver BC
Free and Open to the Public |  Refreshments will be served

CWILA May 22 Event Poster

Lucas Crawford (Vancouver, BC) is a poet, performer, and occasional professor who was raised in rural Nova Scotia and now lives in Vancouver. Lucas studies transgender identity and literature at Simon Fraser University, where he is the Ruth Wynn Woodward Endowment Lecturer.

For more information about CWILA, this event, and the Critic-in-Residence program visit:

CWILA is tremendously grateful to UBC’s Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, SFU’s English Department and SFU’s Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies for their support of this event.

This event will be wheelchair accessible. For more information on accessibility, contact