Melissa Bull | Centre d’hébergement de Saint-Henri

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Melissa Bull is the editor of Maisonneuve magazine’s Writing from Quebec column. Her translation of Nelly Arcan’s Burqa of Skin was published in 2014 by Anvil press and her collection of poetry, Rue, was published in 2015, also by Anvil.

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