Helen Hajnoczky is the author of Magyarazni, shortlisted for the Stephan G. Stephansson Award for Poetry, Poets and Killers: A Life in Advertising, shortlisted for Expozine's English Book of the Year award, and the chapbook Bloom & Martyr, winner of the John Lent Poetry/Prose Award. She lives in Calgary, andcan be found on Instagram @ateacozyisasometimes and online atateacozyisasometimes.com
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