What’s a Black Critic To Do II

By Donna Bailey Nurse

What’s a Black Critic To Do II
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In What’s a Black Critic to Do II, literary critic Donna Bailey Nurse once again gathers together profiles, reviews, interviews, and essays that examine race, culture, and multiculturalism through the lens of literature. This collection, featuring well-known writers, such ... Read more


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In What’s a Black Critic to Do II, literary critic Donna Bailey Nurse once again gathers together profiles, reviews, interviews, and essays that examine race, culture, and multiculturalism through the lens of literature. This collection, featuring well-known writers, such as Lawrence Hill, Afua Cooper, Christopher Paul Curtis, Natasha Trethewey, Toni Morrison, David Chariandy, Joseph Boyden, and Kwame Dawes. What’s a Black Critic to Do II is of especial interest to black readers as well as teachers, librarians, and book clubs. This companion to 2003’s What’s a Black Critic to Do? constitutes a candid conversation about race in an ostensibly “post-racial” world.

Donna Bailey Nurse

Donna Bailey Nurse is a literary journalist who specializes in the work of black Canadian writers and artists. Her articles exploring race, books, and culture have appeared in national publications including the Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Toronto Star and the Ottawa Citizen. She is a contributor to the Literary Review of Canada, and is an occasional interviewer and critic for the Toronto Public Library, CBC Radio and CBC.CA. Donna is the editor of Revival: An Anthology of Black Canadian Writing and teaches Art Journalism at George Brown College in Toronto.

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