Tara-Michelle Ziniuk is the author of the poetry collections Somewhere to Run From (2009) and Emergency Contact (2006). Her poetry and fiction has been published in Joyland, Taddle Creek, Matrix, Prism, make/shift, This Magazine and The Best Canadian Poetry 2016. Her byline has appeared in The National Post, Quill & Quire, The Grid, Today's Parent, Bitch Magazine, Maximum Rocknroll and various other print and digital publications. She lives in Toronto with her daughter.
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