Michael A. Bucknor is an Associate Professor at the Mona Campus, UWI. He was a Canadian Commonwealth Scholar (Western University) and a Du Bois-Mandela-Rodney Post-doctoral Fellow (University of Michigan) who recently received the UWI Principal’s Award for Best Research Article and the Institute of Jamaica’s Gold Musgrave Medal for Eminence in in the field of Literature. A Senior Editor of the Journal of West Indian Literature, he is co-editor with Alison Donnell of The Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature. Widely published in number of international journals, he carries out research on Austin Clarke, Caribbean-Canadian writing, postcolonial literatures and theory, African diaspora studies, masculinities and popular culture. He is completing two manuscripts, one on Jamaican masculinities and the other on Austin Clarke.