J. Michael Yates Biography

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J. Michael Yates is one of Canada's most prolific and most determinedly experimental writers. He has written in many forms and has been active in publishing, broadcasting, editing, photography, reviewing, and translation. He has traveled widely, performed readings, and had his work published in journals all over the Commonwealth, the United States, and Europe. The son of a U.S. Army Air Force colonel, Joel Hume Yates, and his wife, the former Marjorie Dianne Carmichael, Yates was born in Fulton, Missouri, on 10 April 1938. He took a B.A. (1960) and M.A. (1961) at the University of Kansas City before devoting two years toward a doctorate in comparative literature at the University of Michigan. In 1963-1964 he was an instructor in comparative literature at Ohio University and the following year he served as lecturer at the University of Alaska. In 1967 he moved to Vancouver where he served until 1971 as...

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