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Reg Johanson

BA, MA (SFU)

Instructor - English

Reg Johanson teaches writing and contemporary literature from an anti-colonial and anti-capitalist perspective. He often teaches in Capilano’s Liberal Studies BA program and occasionally at The Writer’s Studio at Simon Fraser University and in UBC's Humanities 101 program. He is a member of the Indigenizing the Academy committee and is the editor of CUE Books. He is the editor of a collection of Annharte’s critical prose, AKA Inendagosekwe (CUE 2013), and the author of several books of poetry, including Courage, My Love (LINEbooks 2006), N 49 19. 47 – W 123 8. 11 (Pacific Institute of Language and Literacy Studies, 2008, with Roger Farr and Aaron Vidaver), Escraches (Lefthand Press, 2010), Band of Gypsies (Heavy Industries, 2011), and Mortify (Standard Ink and Copy Press, 2012). His writing has appeared in The Capilano Review, Fifth Estate, West Coast Line, the Open Text anthology series (CUE Books) and elsewhere. He lives in a rapidly gentrifying East Vancouver on the unceded territory of the Musqueam, Tsleil Waututh, and Squamish people.

Phone:

604-986-1911 ext. 2428

Email:

rjohanso@capilanou.ca

Building:

Fir

Room:

519

Publication(s):

N 49 19. 47 - W 128 8. 11 (PILLS 2008), Courage My Love (Line Books, 2006)