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Matt Cahill

Matt Cahill is a Toronto-based author and psychotherapist. He writes novels, short fiction and essays, and has contributed work to Ryeberg, BlogTO and Torontoist. His short story, "Snowshoe," appeared in September 2014 with Found Press.

Frances Backhouse

Frances Backhouse is the author of five books, including Children of the Klondike, winner of the 2010 City of Victoria Butler Book Prize. She is also a veteran freelance magazine writer and teaches creative nonfiction at the University of Victoria. She lives in Victoria, B.C. ...

Jules' Tools for Social Change: a Spring 2015 in review booklist

Welcome to this month’s edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change, a column that features a book, author or publisher whose work deals with issues of race, gender, sexuality, ability, colonialism, economic justice, or other social justice topics.

Coming Ashore

By Catherine Gildiner

Now in trade paper

Written with the same spirit and wit as the bestselling Too Close to the Falls and After the Falls, Coming Ashore is the third and final volume of Catherine Gildiner’s memoir series. Picking up her story in the late ’60s at age 21, Cathy whisks through seven ... Read more

June Hutton

June Hutton has written two novels and facilitates writing workshops at a treatment centre for addiction. She lives in Vancouver.

Chris Turnbull

Chris Turnbull lives near Ottawa. Her short opti/surface work, [ untitled ] is one of a trio (with angela rawlings and Heather Hermant) in o w n (Cue Books, 2014). continua is her first full collection of poetry.
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Jennifer Londry

Jennifer Londry is the author of two books of poetry: Life and Death in Cheap Motels, which was adapted for stage, and After the Words, which was nominated for a Saskatchewan Book Award. A featured reader at the 2009 Kingston Writers' Festival and at the 2011 Sweetwater 905 ...

Andy Weaver

Andy Weaver is the author of two previous books of poetry: were the bees (NeWest, 2005) and gangson (NeWest, 2011). He teaches contemporary poetry and poetics at York University. His home life is dominated by the rule of ones: one wife, one son, one cat, one dog, and one house ...