|The Amber Army and Other Poems
|Canadiana, non-fiction, Canadian poetry
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Author Bio for Allison, William Talbot
William Talbot Allison (1874-1941) was a Canadian journalist and professor. Born at Unionville, Ontario, he was educated at the University of Toronto and Yale University. He was editor of “The Harbord Review” while at school, and a reporter at the Toronto News and the Star. He wrote a volume of poetry entitled “The Amber Army.” In 1920, he became assistant professor at the University of Manitoba. Allison was active in journalism, syndicating a weekly book review feature in leading Canadian newspapers. He was a founder of the Canadian Authors’ Association and one of the first educators to take advantage of the medium of radio, lecturing over CKY as early as 1924. (Memorable Manitobans)
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