Andrew William French is a poet and academic who was born and raised in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
Andrew holds a BA in English from Huron University College at Western University, and is pursuing an MA in English at UBC.
Andrew writes poems, book reviews, and hosts Page Fright: A Literary Podcast.
Find Andrew on Twitter here.
"The Janitor and the Hourglass," "8:17pm," and "Bulb." Grub Street. May 2018.
"X." The Slippery Elm. January 2018.
"Over-Recalled." Snapdragon. September 2017.
Interview with Train: a poetry journal. December 2019.
"Leonard Cohen and the Longed-For-Object of Love." ACCUTE Congress. Vancouver, BC. June 2019.
"Al Purdy and the Allocation of Cultural Heritage Beyond the Archive." University of Alberta GSEC Conference. Edmonton, Alberta. May 2019.
"Disrupting Canadian Nationalism: Why Regional Poems Mean Canadian Poetry Does Not Exist." Endnotes. Vancouver, BC. May 2019.
"The Cycle of Deferral." Writing Rights, Righting Wrongs. London, Ontario. March 2018.
"Phantom Poems from the Past." Phantoms of the Past. London, Ontario. March 2017.