Janice Kulyk Keefer

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Janice Kulyk Keefer (born 2 June 1952) is a Canadian novelist and poet.

Born in Toronto, she studied literature at universities in England and France, and currently teaches literature and theatre in the graduate studies department at the University of Guelph.

Of Ukrainian heritage, Kulyk Keefer often writes about the experiences of first-generation Canadian children of immigrants. Her sister is the Canadian artist, Karen Kulyk.

Awards and Honours[edit]


  • White of the Lesser Angels (1986)
  • The Paris-Napoli Express (1986)
  • Transfigurations (1987)
  • Under Eastern Eyes: A Critical Reading of Maritime Fiction
  • Constellations
  • Reading Mavis Gallant (1989)
  • Travelling Ladies (1992)
  • Rest Harrow (1992)
  • The Green Library
  • Marrying the Sea (1998)
  • Kyiv, of Two Lands: New Visions (1998, anthology co-edited with Solemea Pavlychko)
  • Honey and Ashes: A Story of Family (1998)
  • Thieves (2004)
  • The Ladies Lending Library (2007)

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