Katty Maurey (illustrations, beginning on p. 10) was nominated for a 2012 Governor General’s Award.
Françoise Baylis (“This CRISPR Moment,” p. 15) holds the Canada Research Chair in Bioethics and Philosophy.
Janet Rossant (“This CRISPR Moment,” p. 15) is a senior scientist at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children.
Calum Marsh (“A Roost of One’s Own,” p. 17) has written for the Guardian , The New Yorker , and Playboy .
Harley Rustad (“Mock Parliament,” p. 19) is The Walrus ’ associate editor.
Audra Williams (“School of Unexplained Knocks,” p. 20) writes about politics and culture for She Does the City and Broadly .
Katherine Laidlaw (“This Will End Well,” p. 26) is a senior editor at The Walrus .
Jeremy Fokkens ( photography, p. 26) recently began a Canada-wide photography project called “Back to the Land.”
Ron Srigley (“Pass, Fail,” p. 34) is a professor of religious studies at the University of Prince Edward Island.
Leif Parsons (illustrations, p. 34) wrote and illustrated a new children’s book, Only Fish Fall from the Sky . Tyler Anderson (“Canada’s Oldest Profession,” p. 44) is a staff photographer at the National Post .
Conrad Black (“Canada’s Oldest Profession,” p. 44) contributes regularly to the National Post .
Jay Hosking (“Hackles,” p. 52) will publish Three Years with the Rat , a novel, in 2016.
Lisa Vanin (illustrations, p. 52) is a Toronto-based tattoo artist and illustrator.
Adam Sol (poem, p. 59) published his most recent collection, Complicity , in 2014.
Robert de Boyrie (“Audience of One,” p. 61) is an advocate for Canadians who suffer from schizophrenia.
Marian Bantjes (illustrations, p. 61) has done work for Wired , Fortune , and Granta .
Simon Lewsen (“Stage Fighting,” p. 67) frequently writes for The Walrus and is the Walrus Foundation’s copy editor.
Nancy Westaway (“Modern Grief,” p. 71) works in communications and is a former CBC reporter and producer.
Mügluck (illustration, p. 71) won American Illustration Awards in 2014 and 2015.
Megan Fernandes (poem, p. 72) published her debut collection, The Kingdom and After , in 2015.