The Heron by Melissa Bull

Melissa Bull is a Montreal-based writer, editor, and translator. She is
magazine’s “Writing from Quebec” editor and her work has
been featured in such publications as Prism, Event, Urbania, Ambos, and
the Montreal Review of Books. Her story, “In the Shadow of the Canada
Malting Silos” won CBC’s 2013 Hyperlocal prize and in 2015 she was
awarded the Cole Foundation’s award for emerging translator. Melissa
Bull’s translation of Nelly Arcan’s Burqa of Skin was published in 2014,
and her first collection of poetry, Rue, is forthcoming in April 2015. 

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