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Operative Words

Behind the campaign curtain

Snuffed Torch

Can the Olympic myth survive?

Lax Americana

What happens if Donald Trump returns to the White House?

Jason Camlot

Jason Camlot’s books include Language Acts: Anglo-Quebec Poetry, 1976 to the 21st Century (co-edited with Todd Swift, Vehicule, 2007) and The Debaucher[poems] (Insomniac, 2008). He is chair of the English Department at Concordia University.

Articles by
Jason Camlot

Recapturing Past Glory

The recent revival of Anglo-Quebec fiction. June 2011
riting in the Time of Nationalism: From Two Solitudes to Blue Metropolis provides an important personalized historical account of the politics and institutions that have informed the production and dissemination of Montreal English-language fiction from the mid 1960s to the present. Linda Leith’s teleological history begins even earlier, though, with a brief account of the “glory days” or “golden age” of English Quebec fiction in the 1950s—when Hugh…