Beverley Haun


Works by Beverley Haun

Book Reviews

Book Reviews by Beverley Haun

Time and Place
By Beverley Haun
Published in Meanwhile, Home. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 232 (Spring 2017): 130-132.
  • Shooter by Caroline Pignat (Author)
  • Straight to the Head by Fraser Nixon (Author)
  • As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust by Alan Bradley (Author)
Responsibility for the Other
By Beverley Haun
Published in Queer Frontiers. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 224 (Spring 2015): 118.
  • Boy Lost in Wild by Brenda Hasiuk
  • How You Were Born by Kate Cayley
The Sins of the Father
By Beverley Haun
Published in Indigenous Focus. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 215 (Winter 2012): 142-45.
  • The Antagonist by Lynn Coady
  • A World Elsewhere by Wayne Johnston
  • Tell It to the Trees by Anita Rau Badami
Shifting Narratives in the Canadian Nation
By Beverley Haun
Published in Science & Canadian Literature. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 221 (Summer 2014): 182-84.
  • Mississauga Portraits: Ojibwe Voices from Nineteneth-Century Canada by Donald B. Smith
  • Canoe Nation: Nature, Rice, and the Making of a Canadian Icon by Bruce Erikson
Native Arc
By Beverley Haun
Published in Prison Writing. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 208 (Spring 2011): 171-173.
  • The New Media Nation: Indigenous Peoples and Global Communication by Valerie Alia
  • When the Other is Me: Native Resistance Discourse 1850-1990 by Emma LaRocque
Too Much Happiness, Too Much Grief
By Beverley Haun
Published in Canadian Literature 206 (Autumn 2010): 169-170.
  • The Winter Vault by Anne Michaels
  • Too Much Happiness by Alice Munro
Native Textuality
By Beverley Haun
Published in Queerly Canadian. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 205 (Summer 2010): 155-157.
  • The Common Pot by Lisa Brooks
  • Muting White Noise by James H. Cox
  • Taking Back Our Spirits by Jo-Ann Episkenew
Forms and Functions
By Beverley Haun
Published in Home, Memory, Self. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 203 (Winter 2009): 127-129.
  • The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley
  • Effigy by Alissa York
  • Remembering the Bones by Frances Itani
Start to Finish
By Beverley Haun
Published in Disappearance and Mobility. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 201 (Summer 2009): 136-138.
  • Exit Lines by Joan Barfoot
  • The Origin of Species by Nino Ricci
Pebbles and Panes
By Beverley Haun
Published in Canada and Its Discontents. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 198 (Autumn 2008): 129-130.
  • The Woman Who Walks on Glass by Christine Frenette (Author) and Sheila Fischman (Editor)
  • Glass Voices by Carol Bruneau
Apocalyptic Consumption
By Beverley Haun
Published in Canada Reads. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 193 (Summer 2007): 120-122.
  • The Parachute by Sinclair Dumontais and Patricia Claxon (Translator)
  • How Happy to Be by Katrina Onstad (Author)
  • The Sound of All Flesh by Barry Webster
The New World
By Beverley Haun
Published in Canadian Literature 185 (Summer 2005): 180-180.
  • Initiation by Virginia Frances Schwartz
Shore Lines
By Beverley Haun
Published in New Work on Early Canadian Literature. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 213 (Summer 2012): 187-189.
  • Curiosity: A Love Story by Joan Thomas (Author)
  • Sanctuary Line by Jane Urquhart
Comic Timing
By Beverley Haun
Published in Contested Migrations. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 219 (Winter 2013): 189-92.
  • Comics Versus Art by Bart Beaty
  • Modern Animalism: Habitats of Scarcity and Wealth in Comics and Literature by Glenn Willmott