From: Write Across Canada


Afoul of Parliaments – Two Poems – A History of Witches – Moose, Car, Highway – The Cicada Solution – A Brief List of Regrets – (March 18) – Untitled Excerpt – Lighthouse



Chloe Burrows Moore

Chloe Burrows Moore is a writer from Brampton, Ontario, who currently lives in Windsor with her husband and her cat, Gatsby. She has worked as a researcher, an editor for Black Moss Press, and an intern with Biblioasis. She has a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Windsor and has been published in several student literary periodicals.

Evelyna Ekoko-Kay

Evelyna Ekoko-Kay is a queer poet and activist of black-mixed heritage from Hamilton, Ontario. She is an MFA candidate at the University of Guelph, as well as a Real Nuisance. Her writing has been featured in Tenderness Lit, Voicemail Poems, Pineapples Against Patriarchy Zine, The Undergraduate Review, and Collective Reflections.

David Dupont

David Dupont’s work has been shortlisted for the CBC Short Story Prize. He’s currently completing a degree in Creative Writing at York University, where he has been awarded for his short fiction. He lives in Toronto.

Laura Goslinski

Laura Goslinski is a writer who is double-majoring in Mental Health Studies and English at the University of Toronto Scarborough. She is also very tall.

Natalia Orasanin

Natalia Orasanin is a writer in Toronto currently completing her undergraduate degree at Ryerson University. Her writing explores fragmented memories, reoccurring dreams, and the landscapes that shape us. Her interests include poetry, short fiction, film, and illustration.

Colin Buchanan

A retired typographer, Colin Buchanan grew up in various towns and cities in Ontario. He spent a decade living in the American Deep South, listening to songs and acquiring stories. A recent graduate of the Humber School for Writers, he lives in Toronto. His contribution is drawn from his unpublished first novel, Yellow Women’s Doorbells.

Aayushi Jain

Aayushi Jain is an English literature student from the UK and has just completed a year-long exchange program at Ottawa’s Carleton University. She enjoys writing poetry and short stories, and also performs her original songs at local venues. Her work traverses the boundary between prose and poetry, using an intimate framework of recurring imagery to create quiet, dreamlike narratives.