Contributors to Issue # 105

Rob Bartel is studying history at the University of Winnipeg. These poems were drawn from his recent experiences in Latin America.

Gunnar Benediktsson is a published writer. His poetry appears in the 1994 edition of New Voices (JMW Publishing) and will also appear in a forthcoming issue of "The Icelandic Canadian".

Allan Brown lives in Powell River, B.C. His poetry has been published in various Canadian magazines since 1962 and in eight books and chapbooks. His critical writings have been published since 1975. His work has appeared frequently in The Antigonish Review.

Sean Brendan-Brown is a graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop. He currently teaches at USM, Hattiesburg. He has had work published in The Antigonish Review, The Windsor Review, Carousel, The Black Fly Review and Painted Bride Quarterly.

J.D. Carpenter teaches English in Toronto. His fourth book of poetry, Compassionate Travel, was published last year by Black Moss Press. He is currently working on a novel, Fellowship of Death.

Wilf Cude is the author of The PhD Trap. He has appeared frequently in The Antigonish Review. He lives in West Bay, N.S.

Richard DuBois lives in New Jersey. He is working on a novel set in Manhattan concerning the triumphs and tragedies of the gigolo lifestyle.

William Virgil Davis won the Yale Series of Younger Poets Prize for his first book, One Way to Reconstruct the Scene. He has published poetry, short fiction, and criticism in a wide variety of periodicals and in a number of books. He is Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence at Baylor Univ.

Merlin Donald is a professor of Psychology at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario. He is originally from Montreal. He is the author of Origins of The Modem Mind: Three Stages in The Evolution of Culture and Cognition (Harvard University Press, 1991). He has published extensively in his field.

John Donlan is a reference librarian at Vancouver Public Library and a poetry editor with Brick Books. His books of poetry areDomestic Economy (reviewed in TAR 84) and Baysville. The poems in this issue are from a work in progress, Green Man.

John D. Fraser is a Nova Scotian presently living in Boston.

Raymond Fraser writes out of Fredericton, and is the author of a number of books, including the Black Horse Tavern, The Struggle Outside and The Bannon bridge Musicians. He is currently writer-in-residence at Fredericton High School.

Randall Garrison is a self-published writer of poetry, short stories, and children's fiction who recently has been published in several literary publications, and an award-winning commercial writer and partner in a marketing firm with clients including General Motors, Lear Seating and Cadillac.

Robert Gibbs, now retired from teaching English and Creative Writing at UNB, is still a poetry editor with The Fiddlehead. His most recent work has appeared in Tickle-Ace and The Nashwaak Review.

Clare Goulet is a freelance writer/editor living in Halifax. She has worked as Editorial Assistant for The Fiddlehead, ran children's creative writing workshops, and recently completed a novel What You Can't Give Away, for her M.A. in English at UNB.

Desmond Graham is a writer living in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. He published Poetry of the Second World War.- An International Anthology and has a collection The Marching Bandswhich was published in 1995 by Seren.

Aldwen Hadwen lives and writes in Montreal. She has poetry appearing in Queen's Quarterly.

Glenn Hayes lives in Newmarket, ON, and teaches English. His work has appeared in many Canadian Literary magazines and in the anthology, Christian Poetry in Canada (ECW, 1989).

Jennifer Herbison lives in Vancouver. She is originally from Parksville, Vancouver Island - the retirement capital of Canada. She is working on her Master of Fine Arts thesis - a book of short stories.

W.J. Keith taught English at the University of Toronto, but recently took early retirement. A regular contributor to The Antigonish Review, he published a book of poems, Echoes in Silence, in 1992.

Alphonse Lanza is, a poet/lawyer, living in Hamilton, ON. This is his first publication.

Steven Manners is a frequent contributor to Toronto literary magazines. His stories have appeared in two anthologies,Stories_from B&A, vol. I (1993), and Stories from B&A, vol. 2(1996), and his collection, Mytho/Genies (1988). He placed second in the Anvil Press 1995 International 3-Day Novel writing contest.

Steve McOrmond has published poetry in The Antigonish Review#97 and has poems forthcoming in The Malahat Review and Poetry Canada. Currently he is enrolled in the M.A. Creative Writing Program at U.N.B., Fredericton, where he is also working as an assistant editor of prose and poetry at The Fiddlehead.

Nancy Minard has previously published poetry in The Antigonish Review. She works at the Killam Library - Special Collections, Dalhousie. She is starting to put a collection of her work together.

Roger Moore teaches Spanish at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB. He is currently working on a book of short stories. He won the WFNB Alfred G. Bailey Prize for poetry in 1995. He is preparing this and another poetry collection for publication.

Melanie Morassutti is from Toronto and is working towards a B.A. Honours inenglish. "TheZucchini"isherfirstshortstory andsheis hoping to pursue her Masters in the fall.

Marilyn Gear Pilling's prose and poetry have appeared in many Canadian literary magazines. A collection of short fiction, My Nose Is A Gherkin Pickle Gone Wrong, will be published in 1996 by Cormorant Books.

J.S. Porter was bom in Belfast, N. Ireland and is now a Canadian citizen. His book The Thomas Merton Poems was published by Moonstone Press in 1988. He has published numerous anthologies and is included in numerous literary magazines.

Susette Schacherl grew up in Saskatchewan. She now lives in Toronto where several of her plays have received readings or workshop production. This is her first published fiction.

Anne Simpson lives and works in Antigonish, N.S. She has published in The Malahat Review, Quarry, The Fiddlehead, andEvent, among others.

Anne Swannell lives in Victoria. She has published two books of poetry, the most recent being Mall (Rowan Books, Edmonton). She is currently at work on two other collections. Her work has appeared in Canadian Literature, The Malahat Review, The Fiddlehead, Prairie Fire, Dandelion and Grain.

Tony Tremblay teaches English at the University of New Brunswick. His current research focuses on the association between Marshall McLuhan and Ezra Pound.

J.D. Whitman is a writer living in Toronto. Since receiving an Explorations Grant from the Canada Council in 1994 she has been working on a collection of short stories entitled The Healing Power of Fish. This is her first published story.

David Winwood is Anglo-Dutch, but living in Ireland; published poetry in magazines in Australia, Canada, Ireland, The Netherlands, New Zealand, U.K. and U.S.A. He is currently working on a juvenile novel set at the time of the medieval plagues.

Martha M. Wright lectures on Asian art at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, usually in English but sometimes in Japanese. She finds that art and food make delicious mates.