The Walrus - - CONTENTS -

Benoit Aquin (cover and pho­to­graphs, p. 24) is a Mon­treal-based pho­tog­ra­pher whose work has ap­peared in Time, Cana­dian Ge­o­graphic, and the Guardian.

Robert Jago (“Take Back the Parks,” p. 14), a mem­ber of the Kwantlen First Na­tion, is a Mon­treal-based writer and en­tre­pre­neur.

Ryan Mc­nutt (“Least Coast,” p. 17) is a Hal­i­fax-based writer and ed­i­tor who has cov­ered mu­sic for out­lets such as Maison­neuve, Ex­claim!, and The Coast.

Nik Dudukovic (illustration, p. 17) is a Toronto-based il­lus­tra­tor and an­i­ma­tion de­signer. He has worked with clients such as Marvel, the nfl, and the Sochi Olympic Games.

Anita La­hey (“Feed the Birds,” p. 21) is the as­sis­tant se­ries ed­i­tor for Best Cana­dian Poetry in English, an an­nual an­thol­ogy from Tightrope Books. Her lat­est book, The Mys­tery Shop­ping Cart: Es­says on Poetry and Cul­ture, was pub­lished in 2013.

Aimée van Drimmelen (illustration, p. 21) is a mul­ti­dis­ci­plinary artist based in Vic­to­ria. Her clients in­clude Reader’s Di­gest Canada, the NFB, and the Bos­ton Globe.

Michael Lista (“No Asy­lum,” p. 24) is a writer whose work has ap­peared in The At­lantic, Slate, and Toronto Life. His most re­cent book, Strike Any­where: Es­says, Re­views & Other Ar­sons, was pub­lished this past June.

Adam Gop­nik (“Till Din­ner Do Us Part,” p. 36) is a staff writer at The New Yorker. His lat­est me­moir, At the Strangers’ Gate: Ar­rivals in New York, was pub­lished in Septem­ber.

Sandi Fal­coner (illustration, p. 36) is a Muskoka-based il­lus­tra­tor. Her work has been pub­lished in the Globe and Mail, Cot­tage Life, and Reader’s Di­gest Canada.

Patricia Pear­son (“Jagged Lit­tle Pills,” p. 42) is a Toronto-based jour­nal­ist and the au­thor of six books, in­clud­ing A Brief His­tory of Anx­i­ety...yours & Mine, which was later adapted as a cbc doc­u­men­tary.

Pete Ryan ( il­lus­tra­tions, p. 42) has worked with the Wall Street Jour­nal and Va­ri­ety.

Michael Harris (“A Rec­og­nized Man,” p. 52) is the Vancouver-based au­thor of two books of non-fic­tion, The End of Ab­sence and Soli­tude. He re­cently cre­ated lab­s­the­ with his part­ner, Kenny Park.

Genevieve Simms (illustration, p. 52) is an il­lus­tra­tor. She is cur­rently com­plet­ing a mas­ter’s de­gree in architecture at the Univer­sity of Toronto.

Su­san Glick­man (“Lau­ren­tian Suite,” p. 58) is a Toronto-based teacher and ed­i­tor, and the au­thor of thir­teen books of poetry, fic­tion, and lit­er­ary crit­i­cism.

Michelle Dean (“The Talk­ing Dead,” p. 61) is a Los An­ge­les–based critic and jour­nal­ist whose work has been pub­lished in The New York Times Mag­a­zine and The New Repub­lic. Her first book, Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Hav­ing an Opinion, will be pub­lished in 2018.

Maria Nguyen (illustration, p. 61) is a Mis­sis­sauga-based il­lus­tra­tor and de­signer. Her work has ap­peared in The New York Times and the Na­tional Post.

Karen Stiller (“Lone­lier Than Thou,” p. 66) is an Ot­tawa-based writer and ed­i­tor. She is cur­rently work­ing on a me­moir.

Tal­lu­lah Fon­taine (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 10, 12, 66) is a Toronto-based il­lus­tra­tor whose clients in­clude Vice, Glam­our UK, and The Econ­o­mist. Shane Book (“Dad Bod,” p. 63) is a Vic­to­ria-based poet, film­maker, and pro­fes­sor. His most re­cent vol­ume of poetry, Con­gotronic, was a fi­nal­ist for the Grif­fin Prize.

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