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Donna Bailey Nurse

Donna Bailey Nurse is a literary journalist, a lecturer, a critic for BookTelevision, and the author of What’s a Black Critic to Do?: Interviews, Profiles and Reviews of Black Writers. She is a frequent book reviewer for the Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Toronto Star, and the Montreal Gazette, and her articles exploring race and culture have appeared in these publications as well as in Maclean’s, Publishers Weekly, the Washington Post, and the Boston Globe. She lives in Toronto.

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Edited by Donna Bailey Nurse

Trade Paperback | 408 pages | McClelland & Stewart | Social Science - African-American Studies; Fiction - Anthologies (multiple authors); Fiction - Literary
978-0-7710-6763-1 (0-7710-6763-1)

February 7, 2006 | $29.99

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Edited by Donna Bailey Nurse

Format: Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780771067631
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The success of George Elliott Clarke’s anthology Eyeing the North Star: Directions in African-Canadian Literature, published a decade ago, demonstrated the growing interest in black Canadian writing. In this exciting, provocative new collection, literary journalist Donna Bailey Nurse provides an up-to-date and fresh perspective on this vibrant, significant, and thriving literature...