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The Walrus - - CONTRIBUTORS -

Gra­ham Roumieu (cover) re­cently il­lus­trated Find­ings ,a Harper’s col­lec­tion.

Bran­don Celi (il­lus­tra­tions, be­gin­ning on p. 8) paints for the New York Times , Bloomberg Businessweek , and Vice . Ka­mal Al-so­laylee (“Suf­fer­ing’s Sec­ond Act,” p. 13) teaches jour­nal­ism at Ry­er­son Univer­sity.

John Sem­ley (“Junk Foodie,” p. 15) writes about books for the Globe and Mail .

Eva Hol­land (“Bear Club,” p. 17) has writ­ten for Ha­zlitt , Grant­land , and Smith­so­nian .

Michael Hingston (“Snunkoople,” p. 18) writes about books for the Ed­mon­ton Jour­nal .

Don Gill­mor (“A Poet Self-de­structs,” p. 22) pub­lished his lat­est novel, Long Change , in 2015.

Heather El­ton ( pho­to­graph, p. 22) has taken pho­tos for Na­tional Ge­o­graphic and Esquire .

Mad­hur Anand (poem, p. 26) pub­lished her first book of po­etry last year.

Graeme Bayliss (“Dis­solv­ing the Dead,” p. 30) is the manag­ing edi­tor of The Wal­rus .

James Wal­ton (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 30) has pro­duced art­work for Va­ri­ety , Time , and Newsweek . Linda Bes­ner (“In Their Own Words,” p. 34) will pub­lish a new book of po­etry, Feel Hap­pier in Nine Sec­onds , in 2017.

Julie Flett (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 34) is an award­win­ning Cree-métis au­thor and il­lus­tra­tor.

Sylvia Le­gris (poem, p. 38) won a 2006 Grif­fin Po­etry Prize.

John Met­calf (“Where the Ya­zoo Cross the Yel­low Dog,” p. 42) is the fic­tion edi­tor for the lit­er­ary press Bi­b­lioa­sis.

Jan­ice Wu (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 42) is an artist whose ex­hi­bi­tion Wishes opened in Van­cou­ver last fall.

Sara Peters (poem, p. 49) pub­lished 1996 , her de­but col­lec­tion, in 2013.

Michael La­pointe (“One-trick Tiger,” p. 51) teaches cre­ative writ­ing at the Univer­sity of Vic­to­ria.

Peter Ryan (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 51) counts the Wash­ing­ton Post , the Wall Street Jour­nal , and Buz­zfeed among his clients.

Fred Doucette (“Sick Sol­diers,” p. 55) is the au­thor of Bet­ter Off Dead , a mem­oir pub­lished in 2015.

Daniel Zen­der (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 55) has ap­peared in Mc­sweeney’s and Nau­tilus .

An­thony Wil­son-smith (“Cana­dian Iden­tity — in Sixty Sec­onds or Less,” p. 59) is the pres­i­dent and CEO of His­tor­ica Canada.

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