The Walrus - - CONTRIBUTORS -

Jes­sica Fort­ner (il­lus­tra­tions, be­gin­ning on p. 8) has done work for the New York Times , the Har­vard Business Re­view , and The New Repub­lic . Mi­randa El­liott (“Pro-life Is­land,” p. 15) is a qual­ity-im­prove­ment spe­cial­ist at Toronto Pub­lic Health.

Jonathan Kay (“My Generic Side,” p. 17) is the ed­i­tor-in-chief of The Wal­rus .

Omar Mouallem (“How to Pitch a Tent,” p. 19) won a 2014 Na­tional Mag­a­zine Award for best pro­file.

Chelsea Mur­ray (“The Shag Har­bour ­In­ci­dent,” p. 20) has writ­ten for Reader’s Di­gest and This .

Kerry Gold (“The High­est Bid­der,” p. 22) re­ports on real es­tate for the Globe and Mail .

Karin Bubaš ( pho­tog­ra­phy, p. 22) has ex­hib­ited her work na­tion­ally and in­ter­na­tion­ally.

K. D. Miller (“Wit­ness,” p. 41) pub­lished her fourth col­lec­tion of sto­ries, All Saints , in 2014.

Teva Har­ri­son (“Three Ways to Dis­ap­pear,” p. 48) wrote and il­lus­trated ­In­Be­tween Days , a mem­oir about liv­ing with can­cer. Larry Krotz (“Athe­ist at the Pul­pit,” p. 54) con­trib­uted for many years to The United Church Ob­server .

Tim O’brien (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 54) ­teaches vis­ual arts and is the pres­i­dent of the ­So­ci­ety of Il­lus­tra­tors.

David Gold­bloom (“Thin­ner,” p. 65) works as a psy­chi­a­trist at the Cen­tre for Ad­dic­tion and Men­tal Health in Toronto.

Pier Bry­den (“Thin­ner,” p. 65) ­spe­cial­izes in child and ado­les­cent psy­chi­a­try at ­Toronto’s Hos­pi­tal for Sick Chil­dren .

Jean­nie Phan (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 65) has drawn for Pen­guin Books and The New Yorker .

Naben Ruth­num (“Nar­ra­tive De­vices,” p. 69) is a Jour­ney Prize–win­ning ­au­thor and a for­mer books colum­nist for the ­Na­tional Post .

Kyle Met­calf (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 69) counts Cot­tage Life and Reader’s Di­gest among his clients.

Gre­gory Scofield ( poem, p. 71) teaches English lit­er­a­ture at Lau­ren­tian Uni­ver­sity.

Sasha Chapin (“Pretty Boys,” p.72) has writ­ten for Vice , Ha­zlitt , and the ­Na­tional Post .

Linda Bes­ner (poem, p. 73) will pub­lish a new book, Feel Hap­pier in Nine Sec­onds , in 2017.

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