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Craig Moodie is the author of six short-story collections and four novels, including Into the Trap, a middle-grade novel, Seaborn, a young-adult novel, and The Sea Singer, a middle-grade novel, all published by Roaring Brook Press. His new novel for middle-grade readers, Stormstruck!, available from Holiday House under the name John Macfarlane, won a “Highly Recommended” citation from the Boston Authors Club in 2016. His fiction, prose poetry, and prose have appeared in SAIL, Quick Fiction, Wavelength, Northeast, Sentence, and elsewhere. You can see more of his work at .

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John Lekich is a Vancouver-based journalist, film reviewer, and novelist. The winner of ten national and regional magazine awards, his work has appeared in such publications as the Globe and Mail, the Hollywood Reporter, the Los Angeles Times, and Reader’s Digest. His favourite interview subjects include Audrey Hepburn, George Plimpton, Garrison Keillor, and silent screen star Lillian Gish.

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Graham Marks is an award-winning author of 16 YA and middle grade children’s books, most recently BAD BONES (Stripes, 2015). Originally trained as a graphic designer he co-founded a design studio and a publishing company and then worked as a freelance creative director before switching from visuals to words. Since moving from design to editorial he has written more than a dozen critically-acclaimed novels, written scripts for BBC Radio and Marvel Comics, worked as the Children’s Editor for the UK publishing trade paper Publishing News and spent eight years as an advertising copywriter. Graham has been a regular on the literary festival circuit, both as a performer and Chair, and also taken his workshops to schools. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and is currently working on a historical middle grade novel about a young immigrant crossing America in the 1920s. For more about Graham please visit his website at .

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Ian Colford is an award-winning writer living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Since 1990 his stories, reviews, and commentary have appeared in literary publications in print and online. His short story, “The Reason for the Dream,” appeared in the Journey Prize Anthology and was one of three finalists for the prize. He has completed residencies at the Hawthornden Castle International Retreat for Writers (1998, 2010) and Yaddo (2008). Evidence, a collection of linked stories, was published in 2008 by Porcupine’s Quill, and won the Margaret and John Savage First Book Award; Evidence was also shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award, the Thomas Head Raddall Atlantic Fiction Prize and the ReLit Award. A novel, The Crimes of Hector Tomás, was published in 2012 by Freehand Books and won Trade Book of the Year at the 2013 Alberta Book Awards. Perfect World, a novella, was published by Freehand in 2016.

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Genni Gunn is an author, translator, creative writing instructor and musician. She has published eleven books: three novels: Solitaria (Signature Editions), longlisted for the Giller Prize 2011; Tracing Iris, made into a film titled The Riverbank; and Thrice Upon a Time, finalist for the Commonwealth Prize; two story collections: On the Road and Hungers; two poetry collections: Mating in Captivity, finalist for the Gerald Lampert Poetry Award, and Faceless; two collections of poetry in translation of Dacia Maraini’s, Devour Me Too, finalist for the John Glassco Prize and Travelling in the Gait of a Fox, finalist for the Premio Internazionale Diego Valeri; and one poetry collection of Corrado Calabrò’s Text Me. She has also written the libretto for the opera Alternate Visions, produced in Montreal in 2007, and showcased at the Opera America Conference in Vancouver, May 2013. Two of her books have been translated into various languages (including Italian). She is an inveterate traveler, and her experiences are reflected in her most recent book of travel essays, Tracks: Journeys in Time and Place (Signature Editions, 2013).

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Stacey May Fowles is a writer and magazine professional living in Toronto. Her first novel, Be Good, was published by Tightrope Books in 2007. This Magazine called it “probably the most finely realized small press novel to come out of Canada in the last year.” In fall 2008 she released an illustrated novel, Fear of Fighting, and staged a theatrical adaptation of it with Nightwood Theatre. The novel was later selected as a National Post Canada Also Reads pick for 2010. Her writing has appeared in various magazines and journals, including The Walrus, Taddle Creek, Prism, and Kiss Machine. She has been widely anthologized in Nobody Passes: Rejecting The Rules of Gender and Conformity; First Person Queer; Yes Means Yes; I.V. Lounge Nights; and PEN Canada’s Finding The Words. Most recently, she co-edited the anthology She’s Shameless: Women write about growing up, rocking out and fighting back. She is the former publisher of Shameless magazine, and currently works at The Walrus.