The Walrus - - CONTRIBUTORS -

Paul Kim (cover and il­lus­tra­tion, p. 14) is the deputy art di­rec­tor of The Wal­rus.

Ira Wells (“So­cial­ism Is Back,” p. 14) teaches at the Univer­sity of Toronto and has writ­ten for Amer­i­can Quar­terly, The New Repub­lic, and The Los An­ge­les Re­view of Books.

John Lor­inc (“Rental Break­down,” p. 16) is a se­nior edi­tor at Spac­ing. He has writ­ten for the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star.

Christy Lundy (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 16) is an il­lus­tra­tor whose clients in­clude Mon­o­cle, the Bos­ton Globe, Quill & Quire, and Pen­guin Ran­dom House Canada. Her first chil­dren’s book is sched­uled for re­lease in 2018.

Cam Sylvester (“No Cars Go,” p. 18) is a writer and teacher based in Van­cou­ver. He has con­trib­uted to the Tyee, Cana­dian Busi­ness, and the Globe and Mail.

Ashley Macken­zie (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 18) is an Ed­mon­ton-based free­lance il­lus­tra­tor whose work has ap­peared in the New York Times, the Wash­ing­ton Post, and Sci­en­tific Amer­i­can.

Tom Joki­nen (“What Is the CBC Good For?” p. 20) is cur­rently work­ing on a ra­dio doc­u­men­tary about ur­ban lone­li­ness. He con­trib­utes reg­u­larly to the Globe and Mail and CBC Ra­dio.

Brett Pop­plewell (“Head Games,” p. 30) teaches at Car­leton Univer­sity and is the co-au­thor of The Es­capist (2016). His writ­ing has ap­peared in Bloomberg Busi­ness­week, the Globe and Mail, and The Best Amer­i­can Sports Writ­ing.

Jalani Mor­gan ( pho­to­graphs, p. 30) is a con­tribut­ing photo edi­tor at Ma­clean’s. His work has ap­peared in The Fader and Sport­snet Mag­a­zine, and was fea­tured in this year’s Con­tact Pho­tog­ra­phy Fes­ti­val.

Robert Kolker (“Project Spade,” p. 44) is a New York–based in­ves­tiga­tive re­porter and the au­thor of the non-fic­tion best­seller Lost Girls.

Tess Liem (“My Body in Three Move­ments,” p. 53) is an au­thor based in Mon­treal. Her first chap­book, Tell Ev­ery­body I Say Hi, was re­leased by An­struther Press in Fe­bru­ary.

Julie Bruck (“Do­min­ion Pro­tec­tion™,” p. 57) re­ceived the Governor Gen­eral’s Lit­er­ary Award for English-lan­guage po­etry in 2012. Her work has ap­peared in The New Yorker, The Pu­ri­tan, and Plume.

Caoimhe Mor­gan-feir (“Break­ing Through,” p. 58) is the man­ag­ing edi­tor of Cana­dian Art.

Grant Mun­roe (“The Love­birds,” p. 62) is a writer whose work has ap­peared in The Los An­ge­les Re­view of Books, the Globe and Mail, and The Mil­lions.

Steven P. Hughes (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 62) is an award-win­ning il­lus­tra­tor based in Erin, On­tario. He has worked with Reader’s Di­gest, Sci­en­tific Amer­i­can, and ESPN.

Jack­son Weaver (“Hair Ap­par­ent,” p. 66) is a jour­nal­ist based in Van­cou­ver. His work has ap­peared in Sad Mag, Van­cou­ver Mag­a­zine, and Vice.

Tal­lu­lah Fon­taine (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 66) is a free­lance il­lus­tra­tor whose clients in­clude Vice, Glam­our UK, and Prece­dent Mag­a­zine. Her new short comic, Ev­ery­thing Nice, is out now.

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