Anthony Stewart is Professor of English at Bucknell University, in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. He has published articles on Ralph Ellison, Percival Everett, August Wilson, and on representations of the African American male athlete, and is the author of two books: George Orwell, Doubleness, and the Value of Decency (Routledge, 2003), andYou Must Be a Basketball Player: Rethinking Integration in the University (Fernwood, 2009). He has another book coming out with Fernwood this Fall, entitled Visitor: My Life In Canada, and is currently at work on a a critical book on the fiction of Percival Everett’s work, tentatively titled Approximate Gestures: The Infinity of the Between in Percival Everett’s Fiction. According to Anthony Stewart, Canada's next major challenge is to ask itself the difficult questions necessary to become a truly inclusive society. Having lived all of his life in Canada, until a move to the United States in August 2013, and having completed a new manuscript on the experience of living in Canada and always feeling like a visitor to the country, Stewart offers some thoughts on why he makes this assertion.