Aside from being the busy proprieter and president of Penumbra Press, John Flood has penned two volumes of poetry of his own, The Land They Occupied (Porcupine's Quill Inc.) and No Longer North (Black Moss Press).
He was also the founding editor of two literary and fine arts magazines, Boréal and Northward Journal: A Quarterly of Northern Arts, and the managing editor of The Literary Review of Canada. He presided over Carleton University Press from 1994 to 1998, where he now serves as an adjunct professor. And like many Penumbra authors, he is listed in the Canadian Who's Who.
He holds a B.A from Saint Dunstan's University (Charlottetown), an M.A. from University of Calgary, and a Ph.D. from University of Toronto. He specializes in Northern and Native literature through the critical lens of reader response theory. Mr. Flood was a professor of English language and Literature for twenty-four years at College Universitaire de Hearst, which once appeared in the Guinness Book of World Records as the smallest university in the world. Mr. Flood was the entire department of English.
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The Land They Occupied (Author)
Thoreau MacDonald's Notebooks (Author)
Sketchbook, 1915-1922: J.E.H. MacDonald (Author)
Untitled Novel, ca. 1905 (Author)
The Voice of the Natives: The Canadian North and Alaska (Author)
No Longer North (Author)
Mooskek Reader #1: Black Moss journal (Author)
The Master's Wife: The Book and the Place: Essays on Sir Andrew Macphail's "Masterpiece" (Author)