Maureen Moynagh is Professor in the Department of English at St. Francis
Xavier University, in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. She teaches postcolonial literature and theory, and she has published in the areas of African and African Diaspora literatures, transnational feminist collaborations, anti-imperialist travel writing, and child-soldier narratives. She received the Joe Weixlmann prize of 2019 for a recent essay about Nalo Hopkinson’s speculative fiction, published in the African American Review.
Her editorial can be read on our website at link https://canlit.ca/article/introduction-decolonial-revisions-of-science-fiction-fantasy-and-horror/
Canadian Literature issue 240, Decolonial (Re)Visions of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, is available to order through our online store at https://canlit.ca/support/purchase/single-issues/.