Who Is Writing For?*

Over at the Washington Post, Margaret Atwood discusses Somebody’s Daughter, a two-week camp for Inuit women that she took part in last summer. The project blends sewing, healing and writing, and Atwood’s experience helped her better answer questions about the role of writing in other programs she participates in, like UNESCO’s Literacy Initiative for Empowerment. You can read Atwood’s article: here.

*Before all your grammarian types email me: Yeah, I know it should be “Whom is it for?”