Charmaine Cadeau

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Charmaine Cadeau
BornToronto, Ontario
Occupationwriter
NationalityCanadian
Genrepoetry
Notable worksPlaceholder

Charmaine Cadeau is a Canadian writer, who won the ReLit Award for Poetry in 2015 for her collection Placeholder.[1]

Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Cadeau was educated at the University of New Brunswick and the University of Albany.[2] She is currently an associate professor of English literature at High Point University.[2]

Works[edit]

  • What You Used to Wear (2004)
  • Placeholder (2013)
  • ”Skytale” (2018)

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