Unpacking Canadian Migration: Two Anthologies

  • Emily Bryna Elizabeth Ballantyne Dalhousie University

Abstract

This is a short omnibus book review of two anthologies of migration fiction.

Author Biography

Emily Bryna Elizabeth Ballantyne, Dalhousie University

Emily Ballantyne is a doctoral candidate in Canadian literature at Dalhousie University, where she has held a Killam Fellowship and a SSHRC CGS. Recently, she co-edited a special issue on P.K. Page for Canadian Poetry and a collection on transnational modernist writing in Paris for University of Ottawa Press. Her work has appeared in Canadian PoetryStudies in Canadian LiteratureUniversity of Toronto Quarterly and The Dalhousie Review. She has also contributed chapters to Public Poetics: Critical Issues in Canadian Poetry and Poetics and Archival Narratives for Canada.

Published
2018-07-27
Section
Reviews