The Impressment Gang


Volume II Issue I•  Spring 2015


 
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Contributors' Notes

 

Charlotte Bondy is a writer of short fiction living in Toronto. 

Madeleine Braun moved to Brooklyn four months ago to (s)talk Mary Gaitskill and Jonathan Frazen; she’s still looking. 

Jonny Bolduc is a 22-year-old poet and student from the deep woods of Maine who has a soft spot for felines and good food. 

Salvatore Difalco resides on Toronto and is the author of Mean Season, due out this fall from Mansfield Press.

Emma Fitzgerald lives and draws in the North End of Halifax, you can find out more at:
www.emmafitzgerald.ca

David Fleming is a writer whose enthusiasm may be misunderstood as aggression.

Sara Flemington is a writer from Toronto, where she is currently completing her MFA at the University of Guelph at Humber.

Tim Fogarty is a writer based in Halifax, NS.

Esmé Hogeveen is a Master’s candidate in the Critical Theory and Creative Research program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. 

Matthew Hooton is the author of Deloume Road, a novel published by Knopf Canada and Jonathan Cape UK. He lives in South Australia. 

David Huebert’s first book of poetry, We Are No Longer The Smart Kids In Class, will be published by Guernica Editions in fall 2015.

Dakota McFadzean is a Canadian cartoonist who draws comics every day. dakotamcfadzean.com

Priscilla Medeiros is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at McMaster University.  

P. C. Vandall, a line is too infinite for her to reach the point she wanted to make.

Ben Stephenson, author of the novel A Matter of Life and Death Or Something (Douglas & MacIntyre), is currently working on a collection of stories.

Robert Swereda is the author of Signature Move ( KFS press) and re: verbs (Bareback press). He’s published in Canadian and international literary journals.

 

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