Dr. Wanda Campbell
Position: Head, Professor, and Creative Writing Coordinator, B.A. (UNB), M.A. (Windsor), Ph.D. (Western)
Research Interests: Creative Writing; Writing by Women, particularly Nineteenth-Century Canadian.
Dr. Campbell has taught Writing by Women, Creative Writing, and Editing at Acadia since 1999. She serves as Creative Writing Coordinator for the English Department. Her books include the novel Hat Girl (Signature 2013), and five collections of poetry Daedalus Had a Daughter (Signature 2011), Grace (Blue Grama 2009), Looking for Lucy (Leaf 2008), Haw[Thorn] (Gaspereau 2003) and Sky Fishing (Black Moss 1997). Her edited works includes Literature: A Pocket Anthology (Penguin Academics 2008), Hidden Rooms: Early Canadian Women Poets (Canadian Poetry 2000), and The Poetry of John Strachan (Canadian Poetry 1996). Her articles on Canadian writers have appeared in Contemporary Literary Criticism, Mosaic, Canadian Poetry, Essays in Canadian Writing, Studies in Canadian Literature, Canadian Literature and several volumes of Reappraisals: Canadian Writers (University of Ottawa P). Her creative work has appeared in numerous journals across Canada and in Landmarks: An Anthology of New Atlantic Canadian Poetry of the Land (2001).]