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Michael P.J. Kennedy

Michael P.J. Kennedy was born in 1947. He has a BA in English with a minor in education, an MA in Anglo-Irish literature and a PhD in Canadian literature. He has taught at the University of Ottawa, Concordia University in Montreal, the University of Regina and is currently at the University of Saskatchewan. His University of Saskatchewan class “Reading Culture: Hockey in Canadian Literature,” initiated in 2002, has received national recognition.

A freelance sportswriter since 1979, Michael had a college sports column in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix for 10 years. His publications include hundreds of scholarly, general-interest and sports articles and others dealing with Inuit literature, Canadian studies, railroads and hockey. Michael lives in Vanscoy, Saskatchewan.

Books by Michael P.J. Kennedy