Pilar Cuder-Dominguez is Professor of English at the University of Huelva (Spain), where she teaches British and English-Canadian Literature and Feminist Theory. Her research interests are the intersections of gender, genre, nation, and race. She is the author of Margaret Atwood: A Beginner’s Guide (2003), Stuart Women Playwrights 1613-1713 (2011), and Transnational Poetics: Asian Canadian Women’s Fiction of the 1990s (2011), and the (co)editor of six collections of essays (La mujer del texto al contexto, 1996; Exilios femeninos, 2000; Sederi XI, 2002; Espacios de Género, 2005; The Female Wits, 2006; and New Perspectives on the Black Atlantic, 2011). Her latest publications have discussed the works of writers of Black and Asian ancestry in the UK and Canada. In the field of Black British women’s writing, she has published essays on Bernardine Evaristo, Zadie Smith, Lucinda Roy, Diana Evans and Helen Oyeyemi.