Tony Tremblay is Professor of English and Canada Research Chair in New Brunswick Studies. He has published widely in the fields of literary modernism and Canadian literature. He is founding editor of the multidisciplinary Journal of New Brunswick Studies/Revue d’études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick and general editor of the New Brunswick Literary Encyclopedia. His recent work includes Exploring the Dimensions of Self-Sufficiency for New Brunswick (2009), David Adams Richards of the Miramichi (2010), the documentary film Last Shift: The Story of a Mill Town (2011), and Fred Cogswell: The Many-Dimensioned Self (2012). His current research examines New Brunswick's modernist cultural workers, A.G. Bailey, Elizabeth Brewster, and Desmond Pacey.