MADHUR ANAND is a scientist and poet.
ANN CLAYTON is a poet and literary critic specializing in women writers of Canada and South Africa.
NICK DINKA is a writer and creative entrepreneur.
Bonnie M. Durtnall is a writer of history.
AJAY HEBLE is an author and musician.
STEPHEN HENIGHAN is a novelist, critic, and translator.
KAREN HOULE is a poet and a professor of philosophy (at the University of Guelph).
GREG KENNEDY is a writer of poetry.
David J. Knight is the General Editor of Vocamus Editions, an imprint that promotes the literary heritage of Guelph, Ontario.
AARON SENITT is an educator and artist.
AFRICAN LEGACIES, AFRICAN FICTIONS is a collection of interviews and essays on African fiction.
By: Ann Clayton
A collection of memories from a boyhood spent in the village of Mount Stewart, PEI during the 40s and 50s.
By: Allison Roland Jay
By: Aaron Senitt
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Postconial Perspectives is a work of literart criticism that explores English South Africal fiction during the apartheid era.
SPEAKING OF WRITING is a collection of interviews with Canadian novelists by Ann Clayton.