Michèle Rackham Hall is a doctoral candidate in the English department at McGill University, Montreal, where she is presently researching the biographical and social connections between Canadian Modernist visual artists and poets and the aesthetic relationships between their visual art and poetry. She is a docent at the National Gallery of Canada and a professor of Communications at Algonquin College's Career and Academic Access Centre in Ottawa. Recently, she was awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral fellowship to edit a digital catalogue raisonné with print volume of the work of P.K. Irwin (also known as P.K. Page). She has published an article on gender and videogames in Boy Culture: an Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO/Greenwood 2010), and has an article on Gwethalyn Graham's novel Earth and High Heaven forthcoming in English Studies in Canada .