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Essays and Editorials

Essays and Editorials

Essays and Editorials

"Bright Lights. Big Stage. Small City." The Maritime Edit. 7 (Winter 2018-2019): 46-50.

"Plausibe (adj)." An essay on Mathieu Léger's exhibit "Plausible Space" at Queen's University. In "Mathieu Léger, Espace Plausible; Plausible Space and Lisa Lipton, The Impossible Blue Rose." Kingston, ON: Union Gallery, 2017. 3-9.

#NoMoreNotes. Toronto: Anstruther, 2016.

Mathieu Léger: Pushing the Boundaries of Acadie. Canadian Art. 19 July 2016.

Literary award nominations point to our inferiority complex. Globe and Mail. 12 October 2015.

When culture goes corporate, Canada's creativity suffers. Globe and Mail. 23 July 2014.

Cross-Border Kinship: A Tradition of Literary Internationalism in New Brunswick. Puritan Magazine. 26 February 2014.

Writers in classrooms bring Canadian literature to life. 49th Shelf. 22 November 2013.

The scandal that is Canadian literature. Toronto Star. 14 November 2013.

Stop calling foreign writers `Canadian`- recognize the real ones. Globe and Mail. 22 October 2013.

"A Century of Community." Telegraph Journal. 14 September 2013. S3

"Economics and culture should not mix." Telegraph Journal. 11 October 2012. A11

"Shocking lack of Canadian Literature in N.B. schools." Times and Transcript. 30 May 2012. D8

"Writer’s win is our students’ loss." Telegraph Journal. 26 May 2012. A12

"Honour N.B`s Father of Canadian Literature." Telegraph Journal. 30 October 2010. A13

"The Canadian Supernatural." Literary Review of Canada 18.5 (June 2010): 20-21.

"Try Teaching Our Stories." Telegraph Journal. 13 March 2010. A11

“Atlantic-Canadian Culture: Teach It, Don’t Just Sell It.” Chronicle Herald. 4 March 2010. A13

"Our Father of Canadian Literature." Telegraph Journal. 9 January 2010. A10.

You Can’t Judge a Book by Its Scholar? Globe and Mail Tuesday Essay. 5 January 2010.

To Kill a Colonial Curriculum. Toronto Star. 21 October 2009. A19