The Mysterious North
When we talk about the writers of Canada, everybody knows the literary likes of Margaret Atwood, Douglas Coupland and Michael Ondaatje. But Canada's writing scene has been going strong for centuries in every genre imaginable. Whether the poetry of Lorna Crozier, George Woodcock and Robin Skelton, the fiction of Carol Shields, Mordecai Richler and Alice Munro, or the brilliant essay and editorial skills of Louis Frechette, Gilles Archambault, and John Ralston Saul, America's neighbours to the north have a lot to say.
If you think you know a lot about the writers of Canada, think again, and have a look at these collectible Canadian authors.