Con­trib­u­tors

The Walrus - - CONTENTS -

Michael Byers (cover; il­lus­tra­tions, p. 20) has con­trib­uted to Va­ri­ety , the New York Times , and the Wall Street Jour­nal . Irma Kni­ivila (il­lus­tra­tions, be­gin­ning on p. 8) works for clients in an­i­ma­tion, ­comics, and ad­ver­tis­ing.

Graeme Bayliss (“It Doesn’t Get Bet­ter,” p. 13) is the manag­ing editor of The Wal­rus .

An­gela Mom­bour­quette (“Bridgespot­ting,” p. 15) teaches jour­nal­ism at the Univer­sity of King’s Col­lege, in Halifax.

Breese Davies (“Don’t Blame the ­De­fence,” p. 16) prac­tises crim­i­nal law and is a vice-pres­i­dent of the Crim­i­nal ­Lawyers’ As­so­ci­a­tion.

Rhi­an­non Rus­sell (“Chug, Run, Re­peat,” p. 17) has writ­ten for Maison­neuve , Ha­zlitt , and the White­horse Star .

Don Gill­mor (“Stuck,” p. 20) pub­lished his lat­est novel, Long Change , in 2015.

Carmine Starnino (poem, p. 28) is a ­se­nior editor at The Wal­rus .

Adrian For­row (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 28) has con­trib­uted to The New Yorker and Bloom­berg View .

Laura Trethewey (“Float Free or Die,” p. 30) is com­pil­ing a col­lec­tion of non-fic­tion es­says about peo­ple and the ocean.

Chloë Elling­son (“Float Free or Die,” p.30) is a doc­u­men­tary pho­tog­ra­pher.

David Mac­far­lane (“War Wounds,” p. 42) is tour­ing a play this sum­mer en­ti­tled The Door You Came In , based on his New­found­land fam­ily mem­oir, The Dan­ger Tree .

Mügluck (il­lus­tra­tions, be­gin­ning on p. 49) won Amer­i­can Il­lus­tra­tion Awards in 2014 and 2015. Mona Awad (“Bye Judy and Good Luck,” p. 50) re­leased her de­but novel-in-­sto­ries, 13 Ways of Look­ing at a Fat Girl , ear­lier this year.

Liz Howard ( poem, p. 54) is a re­search ­of­fi­cer in cog­ni­tive psy­chol­ogy at the Univer­sity of Toronto.

David Ber­gen (“Never Too Late,” p. 55) will pub­lish a new novel, Stranger , in Septem­ber.

Lisa Moore (“The Shoe Em­po­rium,” p. 61) pub­lished Flan­nery , a novel for young adults, in May.

Karen Solie ( poem, p. 64) re­leased her fourth col­lec­tion, The Road In Is Not the Same Road Out , last year.

Pasha Malla (“Map Quest,” p. 71) com­piled the 2015 found-poem col­lec­tion Er­ratic Fire, Er­ratic Pas­sion with Jeff Parker.

Lau­ren Ta­maki (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 71) has drawn for the New York Times , GQ , and Toronto Life .

Naben Ruth­num (“Work­ing-Class ­Hero,” p. 75) is a Jour­ney Prize–win­ning ­au­thor and a for­mer books colum­nist for the ­Na­tional Post .

Josh Holi­naty (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 75) counts Wired , The New Repub­lic , and the Globe and Mail among his clients.

Michael Lista (“Po­etry Slam,” p. 79) ­co-ed­its Par­ti­san mag­a­zine and ­re­cently re­leased a col­lec­tion of es­says, Strike Any­where .

Genevieve Simms (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 79) draws for such publi­ca­tions as Cana­dian Busi­ness and McSweeney’s .

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