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.