Line Up for November 16th!

10 Nov

Montrealer, CELYN HARDING-JONES is published in Incongruous Quarterly, Headlight, Lemonhound and Soliloquies and won an honourable mention in Arc. She was a poetry editor for Headlight, has worked and written for SLS and enRoute.

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MICHAEL CHAULK is a writer and seaman living in Montreal. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Void Magazine at Concordia and the Associate Poetry Editor of The Incongruous Quarterly on the internet. His work has been published in PRISM: international.

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COLIN FULTON is twenty-four years old. His poetry has appeared in Grain Magazine and Poetry is Dead (forthcoming), as well as online, through Ditch, The Incongruous Quarterly, and Lemon Hound. He grew up in Nova Scotia; he currently lives in British Columbia. He makes a living picking fruit and is preparing for graduatest preparing for graduate studies in either poetry preparing for graduatesttfjl or philosophy.

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LINDA BESNER is originally from Wakefield, Quebec. Her poetry and reviews have appeared in The Walrus, The Malahat Review, Grain, Maisonneuve, and Canadian Notes and Queries, among others. Her radio work has aired on CBC’s Definitely Not the Opera, Outfront, and The Next Chapter. Her first collection of poetry, The Id Kid, was published by Signal Editions in April 2011. She lives in Toronto.

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SHEILA HETI is the author of five books, including the novels Ticknor and How Should a Person Be?, an illustrated book for children titled We Need a Horse, the story collection The Middle Stories, and a book of conversational philosophy with Misha Glouberman titled The Chairs Are Where the People Go. She is Interviews Editor at The Believer. She lives in Toronto.

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