DAMIAN ROGERS is a poet. Born and raised in the Detroit suburbs, she has been based in Toronto since 2002. The author of two books of poetry, her Þrst book-length work of non-þction, An Alphabet for Joanna, will be published by Knopf Canada in 2019.
EVAN PAVKA is a Toronto-based writer who holds an M.arch in architectural history and theory from Mcgill University. He is currently a sessional instructor at Ryerson University.
YANIYA LEE is a writer and researcher based in Toronto. She will be the 2017Ð18 writer-in-residence at Gallery 44.
DEANNA BOWEN is a Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist whose practice examines race, migration, historical writing and authorship. She is a 2016 Guggenheim Fellow in Þlm/video and recipient of the 2014 William H. Johnson Prize.
RÉMI BELLIVEAU is an Acadian multidisciplinary artist from New Brunswick. He currently co-directs Galerie Sans Nom and was part-time lecturer of Acadian art history at Université de Moncton.
GINGER CARLSON is a curator and writer based in Calgary, where she is currently the director of TRUCK Contemporary Art.
BLAIR MLOTEK is a Toronto-based freelance writer and editor. She is also the arts and ideas editor of This Magazine.
AMANDA SHORE is a freelance writer and curator based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
JONAH SAMSON lives on Cape Breton Island. His photographic artworks have been exhibited widely and he has produced several artist books, including Yes Yes, We’re Magicians, recently published by Presentation House Gallery.
CAMILLE LARIVÉE is a community art organizer and street artist based in Montreal. She is the curator and the lead organizer of Unceded Voices: Anticolonial Street Artists Convergence.
LAURENCE DESMARAIS is a Montreal-based art historian and community organizer. She has a masterõs degree from Université du Québec à Montréal and has been working at the DIALOG Aboriginal Peoples Research and Knowledge Network for six years.
AADITYA AGGARWAL is the programming coordinator at Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. He was the 2016 online editorial intern at Canadian Art.
VINCENT BONIN is a writer and curator living in Montreal. His book D’un discours qui ne serait pas du semblant/actors, Networks, Theories is forthcoming from Black Dog Publishing, London, and Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery and Dazibao, Montreal.
KATHARINE LOCHNAN specializes in 19th- and early 20th-century art. She is senior curator emeritus at the Art Gallery of Ontario, and adjunct professor at Regis College, University of Toronto.