Lorri Neilsen Glenn is the author and editor of fourteen books of poetry, essays and scholarly work. Her recent title, Following the River: Traces of Red River Women (Wolsak and Wynn), is a blend of creative nonfiction, archival material and poetry.
Angela Mombourquette is an author, journalist, journalism instructor, and former CBC producer. Her articles and columns have appeared in publications including The Chronicle Herald, Atlantic Books Today, The Walrus, and UC Observer, and her first book, 25 Years of 22 Minutes: An Unauthorized Oral History of This Hour Has 22 Minutes, was published by Nimbus in 2017.
Patrick Woodcock is a poet and critic. He has published nine books of poetry, the most recent of which, You can’t bury them all: Poems (ECW Press, 2016), won the Alcuin Society Book Design Award for Poetry and was shortlisted for the J.M. Abraham Poetry Prize. In the following post, Woodcock discusses his how he got his start as a writer, his advice for aspiring writers, his new poetry collection, and more.
Oisín Curran is the author of two novels. His first, Mopus, was published by Counterpath Press in 2007. His second novel, Blood Fable (Book*hug 2017), was listed as one of the most-anticipated books of 2017 by The Globe and Mail and won the Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award in 2018. Originally from Maine, Curran currently lives in Cape Breton.
Dian Day is the author of two novels, The Clock of Heaven (Inanna, 2008), which won a silver medal in the Literary Fiction category of the Independent Publisher Book Awards, and The Madrigal (Inanna, 2018). She lives with her partner in rural Pictou County, where she is currently writing her doctoral dissertation and working on a third novel.