I'm curious to see the fall Inkshed newsletter on the theme of "W(h)ither Inkshed?" Will the reflections in it shed some useful light on this discussion? Roger?
Meanwhile, my two cents worth is that Roberta's summary is accurate, and that the general view in Fredericton was that Inkshed 2009 should be a proper Inkshed conference, merely adjacent in time and space to what is now CASDW. In other words, we return to the early days of piggybacking Inkshed on another gathering. That worked. Of course, I was younger then and might have had more stamina ... or perhaps less sense.
Susan Drain, PhD
Department of English
Mount Saint Vincent University
Halifax, NS Canada B3M 2J6
902 457 6220
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