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University of Guelph

Marcelle Kosman is an MA student in the University of Guelph's School of English and Theatre Studies. Her current research explores the disappearing body and apocalyptic anxieties in Jonathan Goldstein's CBC Radio programme WireTap- a major departure from her ongoing interest in post-modernist Canadian poetry. Marcelle moved to Guelph with her partner Trevor and their feline companions, Beowulf and Cozette, after a seven-year stint in Montreal. Her ambition is to one day host her own CBC Radio programme, preferably on Radio 3.

We’ll all be more innovative if we participate in collaborative webs and share more openly. Creativity is always a collaboration and it’s always a form of improvisation, written large in the social world.

– Keith Sawyer