Jeremy Stewart

Jeremy Stewart is a PhD student in English Literature at Lancaster University, UK. His research concerns Jacques Derrida’s “Envois” and the Book of Daniel; his project is a creative-critical hybrid that foregrounds themes of genre, apocalypse, and bastardy. Stewart’s experimental novel, In Singing, He Composed a Song, is forthcoming from the University of Calgary Press (September 2021). He is also the author of poetry collections Hidden City (Invisible 2014) and (flood basement (Caitlin 2009). As founder of Casse-Tête: A Festival of Experimental Music, he received the Barbara Pentland Award for “extraordinary contribution to Canadian music” from the Canadian Music Centre.



In Singing, He Composed a Song, University of Calgary Press, forthcoming September 2021.

“‘I Have Only Words to Play With!’: Riddling Lolita’s Logodaedaly,” Nabokov Studies 17, forthcoming Fall 2021.

“realistic endless loop.” Canadian Literature, 232, Spring 2018.

“lilac theme.” PRISM International, 56.1, Fall 2017.

Hidden City (Invisible Publishing, 2014 – winner, Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry).

(flood basement (Caitlin Press, 2009).

twitter @jeremydstewart