The Walrus - - CONTENTS -

Ta­mara Khan­daker (“When Hate Goes Main­stream,” p. 14) has writ­ten about race and im­mi­gra­tion for Vice News.

Mike El­lis (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 14) is an il­lus­tra­tor whose work has ap­peared in the Wall Street Jour­nal and The New Yorker.

Syd­ney Loney (“The Delir­ium Di­ag­no­sis,” p. 17) has had work pub­lished in the Globe and Mail, Reader’s Di­gest, and Chate­laine.

Taryn Gee (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 17) is a Hamil­ton­based il­lus­tra­tor. Her clients in­clude the Globe and Mail and low­es­

Laura Trethewey (“Chang­ing of the Guard,” p. 20) is writ­ing a col­lec­tion of es­says about the ocean.

Mariah Llanes (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 20) is a Toronto-based il­lus­tra­tor. Her work has ap­peared in the Globe and Mail and Money­sense.

Joel Barde (“Sec­ond Com­ing,” p. 22) is a writer for Pique News­magazine. His work has ap­peared in the Na­tion and CIM Mag­a­zine.

Mike Deal (pho­to­graphs, p. 22) is a pho­to­jour­nal­ist with the Win­nipeg Free Press.

Michelle Brown (poem, p. 26) has been pub­lished in The Mala­hat Re­view and The Pu­ri­tan.

Zan­der Sher­man (“Cot­tage Coun­try Mur­der,” p. 32) is the au­thor of the non-fic­tion book The Cu­rios­ity of School. His writ­ing has ap­peared in The Be­liever and Esquire.

Clay Rodery (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 32) is an il­lus­tra­tor whose work has ap­peared in the New York Times, The At­lantic, and Wired.

James Arthur (poem, p. 38) is a Bal­ti­more­based poet. His first book, Charms Against Light­ning, was pub­lished in 2012.

Ger­ard J. Kennedy (“Jus­tice for Some,” p. 47) is a lawyer and a 2016 Pierre El­liott Trudeau Foun­da­tion Scholar.

Min Gyo Chung (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 47) is a Toronto-based il­lus­tra­tor. His work has ap­peared in Cana­dian Busi­ness, Cot­tage Life, and Maison­neuve.

Chloë Elling­son (“Rid­ing the Tshi­uetin,” p. 54) be­gan Wind of the North, an on­go­ing doc­u­men­tary project, in 2015.

Marina Endi­cott (“Lynch Law,” p. 62) lives in Ed­mon­ton. She is cur­rently work­ing on her next novel, The Dif­fer­ence.

Maria Nguyen (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 62) is an il­lus­tra­tor whose work has ap­peared in the New York Times and Play­wrights Canada Press.

Anita La­hey (“In the Palm of Her Hand,” p. 72) is the as­sis­tant se­ries edi­tor for Best Cana­dian Po­etry in English.

Karen Klassen (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 72) is a Cal­gary-based il­lus­tra­tor and painter.

Sasha Chapin (“Your Move,” p. 75) is the au­thor of The Per­fect In­for­ma­tion Game, a forth­com­ing book about chess.

Joel Kim­mel (il­lus­tra­tion, p. 75) draws por­traits for mag­a­zines and has de­signed over twenty coins for the Royal Cana­dian Mint.

Laura Rit­land (poem, p. 76) is a Van­cou­verand Berke­ley-based poet. Her first book is forth­com­ing with Sig­nal Edi­tions.

Stephen Marche (“The Other Worst Pres­i­dent,” p. 78) re­leased his most re­cent book, The Un­made Bed, in March.

Gail Singer (“Summa Cum Let­tuce,” p. 82) is a film­maker and writer.

Tal­lu­lah Fon­taine (il­lus­tra­tions, p. 8, 10, 82) is an il­lus­tra­tor whose clients in­clude Vice, Glam­our UK, and Prece­dent Mag­a­zine.

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