In 2017, the Canadian Association for the Study of Language and Learning (Inkshed) decided to fold up the organization after 35 years of existence. In its early years it was a key force in in creating a community of Canadian writing scholars, and its history reflects the development of writing studies as an academic field in Canadian universities. [[link here to Brock’s letter]]
This page archives the newsletters it published from 1982 to 2015, along with some notable reports that should remain public documents. NOTE that Inkshed Publications remains in operation and has its own website.