Alumnus Evan Munday on CBC


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You might remember UWaterloo English alumnus Evan Munday from our previous Words in Place interview (in which his time-travelling monkey made an apperance). Now he is featured on CBC, discussing his newest project, #365Canadians. As CBC notes, Munday is “drawing portraits of Canadians you might not find in textbooks — think less John A. MacDonald and more Alexander Milton Ross.” Several Canadian authors feature to date–Lillian Allen, Nalo Hopkinson, Lee Maracle, Mairuth Sarsfield, Richard Wagamese–with more to come.

You can read more at CBC. Or follow the Twitter hashtag #365Canadians.

http://www.cbc.ca/2017/this-illustrator-is-drawing-365canadians-you-might-not-find-in-history-textbooks-1.4040448?utm_content=buffere47d0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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One response to “Alumnus Evan Munday on CBC

  1. I had never heard of Alexander Milton Ross of Belleville until I read your posting! Thank you for the info!

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