Bruce Meyer (Toronto, 1957)
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Honours English with a Major in Renaissance Studies, Victoria University, University of Toronto, 1980. His Masters of Arts is in English, from University of Toronto, 1982. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy, English, from McMaster University, 1988. He defended his thesis (Sergeant of Outposts: One Editor's Role in Post-World War Two British Poetry) June 18, 1988, his supervisors were Dr. Brian John and Professor Richard Morton. Bruce Meyer received a Certificate of Post-Doctoral Research, SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellow, McMaster University, 1988-1990 (Modern British and Canadian Literature).
- Forum Facilitator, Book Club (on-line on literary Classics by Women), Homemakers, Transcontinental Media, Toronto, March 2004-
- Artistic Director, Leacock Summer Literary Festival, Leacock Museum, Orillia, Ontario 2002-
- Director, Writing and Literature Program, University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto, January 1997 to May 2003 (Oversaw creation and operation of Canada's largest Creative Writing Program, a Professional Writing Program, a Literary Studies and Philosophy Program, 170 courses, 70 instructors, 1500 registrants per year, and an intensive summer workshop/conference program)
- Writer-in-Residence, University of Texas at Austin, Dobie House, 1999
- Writer-in-Residence, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, 1998
- Freelance Editor and Writer, 1980-