Joe Wallace

Wallace, Joe


Born 1890 in Toronto; died there 1975. Canadian poet. Wrote in English.

In 1919, Wallace became one of the secretaries of the Independent Workers’ Party of Nova Scotia, which in 1921 became part of the Communist Party of Canada. Wallace was in prison from 1941 until 1943. His first book of poetry was published in 1943. The subjects of Wallace’s collections of verse All My Brothers (1953) and Hi, Sister; Hi, Brother (1956) are the working people, the champions of justice, and the USSR.


The Golden Legend. [Foreword by I. Armand.] Moscow, 1958.
In Russian translation:
Stikhi, 2nd ed. [Foreword by B. Polevoi.] Moscow, 1964.
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Money raised will go, as in previous years, to the Joe Wallace Breath of Life fund - set up in the name of Sunderland fan and former shipyard worker Joe, who died of mesothelioma - and Cancer Research.
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