Dr. Wanda Campbell
Position: Professor, and Creative Writing Coordinator
Education: B.A. (UNB), M.A. (Windsor), Ph.D. (Western)
Office: Beveridge Arts Centre 428
Phone: (902) 585-1268
Research Interests: Creative Writing, Writing by Women, Canadian Poetry. I am the Creative Writing Coordinator for the Department.
Selected Publications: My books include the novel Hat Girl, and five collections of poetry Kalamkari and Cordillera, Daedalus Had a Daughter, Grace, Looking for Lucy, and Sky Fishing. My academic editions include Bronwen Wallace: Essays on Her Work (forthcoming), Literature: A Pocket Anthology from Penguin Academics, and Hidden Rooms: Early Canadian Women Poets. My creative work and articles on Canadian writers have appeared in anthologies and journals across Canada.
Teaching: I teach through discussion, research presentations/essays, workshop and creative assignments and really enjoy supervising Creative Writing Honours Theses.
Courses Recently Taught:
ENGL1406: Writing and Reading Critically
ENGL 2013: Exploring Creative Writing: An Introduction
ENGL 2153: Theory and Practice of Editing
ENGL3083: Advanced Creative Writing 1: Poetry
ENGL 3093: Advanced Creative Writing 2: Fiction
ENGL 3833: Writing by Women 1: Finding a Voice
ENGL 3843: Writing by Women 2: Modern and Contemporary