Amir Al-Azraki is a playwright and literary translator.
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 researcher and writer of local 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.
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.