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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.

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