Literature

After Canaan: Essays on Race, Writing, and Region by Wayde Compton

All Inclusive by Farzana Doctor

All o’ We is Me: Mixed Race Identity in the Caribbean-Canadian Context by Camille Hernández-Ramdwar

Any Known Blood by Lawrence Hill

Belinda’s Rings by Corinna Chong

Black Berry, Sweet Juice: On Being Black and White in Canada by Lawrence Hill

Counterfeit Skin: Poems by Yi-Sung Oliver Ho

Diamond Grill by Fred Wah

Emancipation Day by Wayne Grady

Faking It: Poetics and Hybridity: Critical Writing 1984-1999 by Fred Wah

Half-Blood Blues: A Novel by Esi Edugyan

I Am My Father’s Son by Dan Hill

It’s Not All Black & White: Multiracial Youth Speak Out by St. Stephen’s Community House

Kameleon Man by Kim Barry Brunhuber

“Lost in the Middle” by Malcolm Gladwell in Half and Half: Writers on Growing up Biracial + Bicultural

Miscegenation blues: Voices of mixed race women by Carol Camper

Mixed Race Amnesia by Minelle Mahtani

My Grass Cradle by Joanne Arnott

Other Tongues: Mixed-Race Women Speak Out by Adebe DeRango-Adem & Andrea Thompson

Outliers:The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell (See Epilogue for “A Jamaican Story”)

Over Our Heads by Andrea Thompson

Race, Space, and the Law by Sherene Razack (see Renisa Mawani’s  essay “In Between and Out of Place”)

Rush Home Road by Lori Lansens

She Dreams in Red by Alexis Kienlen

Shooting Water by Devyani Saltzman

Stray Love by Kyo Maclear

Swimming Studies by Leanne Shapton

The False Laws of Narrative: The Poetry of Fred Wah by Fred Wah

The Mixed-Race Issue (Fireweed#75) by Lisa Amin, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha & May Lui

What We All Long For by Dionne Brand (1 of the main characters “Carla” is biracial)

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