Celebrating the innovative, the non-conforming, the radical, the alternative,
the avant-garde, the non-linear, the abstract, the surreal, the visual, the concrete, the experimental.
Jennifer Baker is a part-time professor in English Literature at the University of Ottawa. Her first chapbook, Abject Lessons, was published in 2014 by above/ground press and her creative writing, essays, and reviews have appeared in various literary publications including Dusie, Ottawater, The Bull Calf, and The Journal of Canadian Poetry and Canadian Literature. Her article, “Resituating Kroetsch: Accident and the Provisional Georgic in Robert Kroetsch’s ‘The Ledger,’” was recently published in Kroetsch: Novelist-Essayist-Poet (2020).