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Cyril Dabydeen
Born in Guyana, Cyril Dabydeen came to Canada in 1970. He won the top Guyana...
Erika Rummel
Erika Rummel has published more than a dozen nonfiction books (social history, biography, translation) and...
Claudio Angelini
Claudio Angelini has served as political correspondent for RAI, the Italian national television network, and...
Mary Tilberg
Mary Tilberg was born in Germany of refugee parents and raised in Tangiers and West...
Lynda Monahan
A resident of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Lynda Monahan is the author of two collections of...
Corrado Mastropasqua
Born in Cimitile, Naples, Corrado Mastropasqua graduated in medicine from the university of Naples, spent...
Jacques Brault

Poet, dramatist, essayist, editor and novelist (winner of the 1984 Governor General's award for his novel, Agonie) Jacques Brault was born in Montreal in 1933. He worked on the docks as a labourer to pay for his studies; these led him to philosophy and literature. His work has been translated into several languages and he has received awards including the "Prix Québec-Paris" in 1968, the "Prix Duvernay" in 1978, the "Prix Athanase-David" in 1986. He...
Jacques Brault
Sonia Di Placido
Nick Marinkovich
Claudine Bertrand
Stephen Orlov
Vivian Demuth
Richard Jeffrey Newman
François Flahault
Stefan Psenak
Diane Bracuk
Roger Des Roches
Raymond Beauchemin
Gianna Patriarca