BA (McGill), MA (Concordia), PhD (Toronto)
Ross Leckie’s newest publication is The Critique of Pure Reason, a chapbook from Frog Hollow Press. He has published three books of poetry, A Slow Light with the Signal Editions series of the Véhicule Press; The Authority of Roses with Brick Books and Gravity’s Plumb Line with Gaspereau Press. His creative work has appeared in such journals as The Fiddlehead, The Antigonish Review, Descant, ARIEL, The New Republic, Denver Quarterly, Southwest Review, and American Literary Review. His academic interests include 20th-century American and Canadian literature, post-colonial literature, and cultural studies. His articles in these areas have appeared in Essays in Literature, Studies in Short Fiction, Weber Studies, Verse, and University of Toronto Quarterly. He is the editor of The Fiddlehead and a poetry editor for Goose Lane Editions. Current member of the Graduate Academic Unit.
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