Kelly Baron

Kelly Baron is a SSHRC-funded PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto, where she studies representations of trauma in contemporary Canadian genealogical novels. She’s a regular reviewer for Canadian Literature and the Literary Review of Canada, and serves as the publisher of the literary magazine The Ex-Puritan.


Works by Kelly Baron

Book Reviews

Book Reviews by Kelly Baron

Portraits of Lost Pasts
By Kelly Baron
Published in web format on Canadian Literature‘s website. (Pending print publication.)
  • The Lost Century by Larissa Lai (Author)
  • What Is Written on the Tongue by Anne Lazurko (Author)
Three Failures
By Kelly Baron
Published in web format on Canadian Literature‘s website. (Pending print publication.)
  • Choosing Eleonore by Andrée A. Gratton (Author)
  • The Beautiful Place by Lee Gowan (Author)
  • The Music Game by Stéfanie Clermont (Author)
Stories to Live By
By Kelly Baron
Published in web format on Canadian Literature‘s website. (Pending print publication.)
  • Treadmill by Hiroshi Nakamura and Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • You are eating an orange. You are naked by Sheung-King
  • Lesser Known Monsters of the 21st Century by Kim Fu
Women’s Time
By Kelly Baron
Published in web format on Canadian Literature‘s website. (Pending print publication.): 172-173.
  • We, Jane by Aimee Wall
  • We Want What We Want by Alix Ohlin
  • Erase and Rewind by Meghan Bell
Paddling Alone, Together
By Kelly Baron
Published in Canadian Literature: 252 Canadian Literature (2023): 151-153.
  • Chronicling the Days: Dispatches from a Pandemic by Linda M. Morra (Editor) and Marianne Ackerman (Editor)