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Mandy Catron

Jennifer Bowering Delisle

Jennifer Bowering Delisle has published poetry and non-fiction in a variety of literary journals. She is also a member of Room Magazine’s editorial collective, a volunteer editor for the Thursdays Writing Collective for writers on the Downtown Eastside, and a creative writing mentor for at-risk kids with the KidSafe Writers Room. She completed her PhD in English at the University of British Columbia in 2008 and is currently a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow at McMaster University. Visit her website at www.jenniferdelisle.ca.

Ken Klonsky

Ken Klonsky is a former Toronto teacher and writer now living in Vancouver. He is the author of the novella Life Without and co-author of Dr. Rubin Carter’s Eye of the Hurricane. He works as Director of Media Relations, and advocates for prisoners, at Innocence International, the organization conceived by Dr. Carter to help free wrongly convicted prisoners worldwide. Songs of Aging Children, Klonsky’s collection of short stories about troubled youth, was published in 1992, and Taking Steam, a play co-authored with the late Brian Shein, was staged in New York and Toronto in 1983.

Sonnet L’Abbé

Sonnet L’Abbé is the author of two collections of poetry, A Strange Relief and Killarnoe, and a reviewer of Canadian fiction and poetry for The Globe and Mail. She is currently at the University of British Columbia writing a dissertation on botanical metaphors in representations of human cognition in the work of American poet Ronald Johnson. Twitter @sonnetlabbe

Christopher Levenson

Janey Lew

Nilofar Shidmehr

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