Contributors to Issue # 106

Chris Arthur lives in England and teaches at the University of Wales, Lampeter.

Gloria Artigas is a retired professor from the Universidad T6cnica del Estado in Santiago, Chile, where she worked for 25 years in the language department. Artigas has won several awards for her writing, and "Comers of Smoke" was named as first honorable mention in the Second Latin American Competition of the Short Story Written by Women in 1993.

Kenneth Banks was bom in Toronto. He was educated at the University of Guelph, Ontario and Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS. He has been published previously in The Antigonish Review. He has two books in print: The Tyrian Veil(1983) and Persephone (1985). For the last decade he has made part of his living as a fisherman working on Pictou Island, NS.

Alan Bishop is a Professor of English at McMaster University in Hamilton, ON.

Carol Bruneau lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her work has appeared in New Maritimes, Quill & Quire and Atlantic Books Today, and she has stories upcoming in The Fiddlehead and Room of one's Own. Her first book, After the Angel Mill, (Cormorant, 1995) is a collection of linked stories set in Cape Breton.

Terrance Cox has been published in numerous literary magazines including The Antigonish Review, Canadian Literature, The Fiddlehead, and New Quarterly. He lives in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Stewart Donovan teaches English Literature at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. He is the editor of The Nashwak Review. His poem "Still Life Revisited" (Antigonish Review #104) is forthcoming in the 1995/96 Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry.

Tony Fabijancic has a Ph.D. in English from the University of New Brunswick. His stories and articles have been published in West CoastLine, The Hawaii Review, The Faulkner Journal, Rethinking Marxism and Mosaic.

Pam Galloway lives in Burnaby, BC. Her poetry has been published in The Amethyst Review, Dandelion, Motherwork convolvulus and Fireweed. She regularly reads her poetry at venues in the Vancouver area with the poetry group 'Quintet'.

Peter Harris's poems have appeared in many magazines, most recently, in CutBank, The Kansas Quarterly, andPassages North. Also, for the past seven years he's written the Poetry Chronicle for The Virginia Quarterly Review.

Troon Harrison is the author of five children's picture books. Her poetry has appeared in Wascana Review, Windsor Review, The Peterborough Review and Pottersfield Portfolio. The poems in this issue are included in a collection entitled "Navigating By Memory", to be published Fall 1996, by The Cider Press, Peterborough, Ontario.

Susan L Helwig's work has been published in various literary journals and anthologies across Canada. She is a programmer for "In other words" at radio station CKLN 88.1 in Toronto. This is her second appearance in The Antigonish Review.

Kevin Irie has published reviews previously in The Antigonish Review. He has also published poems in periodicals such as Descant, Canadian Forum, Queen's Quarterly, and The Kyoto Review. He has a book of poems, "Burning The Dead," (Wolsak and Wynn, 1992). He lives in Toronto.

Susanne Kort lives in Caracas. Her poems have appeared in The Malahat Review and in the U.S. in The Seneca Review, Peurto del Sol, The Antioch Review, as well as in journals in England, Ireland and the Caribbean area.

M. Travis Lane is an Honorary Research Associate at the University of New Brunswick. Her most recent books areTemporary Shelter, Goose Lane Editions, 1993 and Night Physics, Brick Books, 1994.

Steven Lautermilch lives in Kill Devil Hills, NC. The poems included in this issue are from a new collection titled "These Transparencies". He has new poems appearing in New Virginia Review, The Ohio Poetry Review, andYankee.

John B. Lee is a winner of both the 1995 Tilden and Milton Acorn Awards for Poetry. Mr. Lee's most recent book isThe Beatles Landed Laughing In New York (Black Moss Press). He lives in Brantford, Ontario with his wife and sons.

Edward Lemond owns a secondhand and antiquarian bookstore in Moncton. He is presently finishing a novel The Birds of appetite, set in Nova Scotia, with a central character closely modelled on the Trappist Monk, Thomas Merton.

Kathy S. Leonard is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Linguistics at IowaState University in Ames. She has published translations of short stories by Latin American women authors in many journals, includingFeminist Studies, Antigonish Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Puerto del Sol, and Critical Matrix, The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture. She is currently finishing work on an anthology titled Cruel Fictions, Cruel Realities: ShortStories by LatinAmerican Women in Translation.

Ruth Mandel is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor and currently writing a poetry and photography manuscript, titled "Photographs We Will Never See", about the Holocaust's continuing reach and her recent trip to Poland. She has had poems published in Contemporary Verse 2, Parchment, Fireweed and Canadian Woman Studies.

Eric McLuhan, PH.D., is the author of Laws of Media and The City as Classroom (both with Marshall McLuhan) and of a forthcoming book on James Joyce's Finnigans Wake. He is also editor, with Frank Zingrone, of Essential McLuhan. He has taught at the University of Toronto, York University, Wisconsin State University, and other colleges.

Jennifer McVaugh operates the Bookstore in Golden Lake in eastern Ontario. Her first novel, Hello, Hello, was published by maxwell MacMillan.

Frederick Mundle teaches English at the New Brunswick Community College, Campbellton, NB.

Roger Nash's fourth collection of poems, In A Kosher Chow Mein Restaurant, is forthcoming with Your Scrivener Press this summer. He teaches Philosophy at Laurentian University.

Thomas B. O'Grady was bom and grew up on Prince Edward Island. He is currently Director of Irish Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston. His poems have appeared in poetry Ireland Review, The Lyric, The River Review/La Revue Rivière, The Fiddlehead, Crab Orchard Review, and other oumals and magazines. He has al so publi shed PEI-rel ated ficti on in Dalhousie Review and The Abegweit Review.

John Papemick is currently working on a novel entitled, The Three Annas, a manuscript for which he has recently been awarded a Canada Council Explorations Grant. His writing has appeared in Existere and The Fiddleheadand will be appearing in The Quarterly, and Exile.

Barbara Colebrook Peace lives in Victoria, BC. Her poetry has appeared previously in The Antigonish Review, and also in Vintage 93, The Malahat Review, Arc, The Windhorse Review, and other literary journals.

Ian Pople teaches in Saudi Arabia. His collection the Glass Enclosure was published in Britain by ARC and was a poetry Book Society recommendation.

John Reibetanz teaches English at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Morning Watch (Véhicule, 1995) and of the forthcoming Midland Swimmer, and his poems have appeared recently in Quarry, The Malahat Review, and The Paris Review. He was a finalist in the 1995 National Magazine Awards.

Mark Antony Rossi has published poetry, fiction, essays, articles, plays, book reviews and interviews in several journals. October 1995 marked the world premier production of three of his plays: "Gear Fear...... Jane Doe" and "Numb" by Johnson Community College's Black Box Theatre in Kansas.

Marilyn Sciuk lives in Oshawa, Ontario. Her work has appeared in the literary joumals, Blood and Aphorisms andThe New Quarterly. Thistledown Press is including her short fiction in an upcoming anthology.

Nabeela Sheikh lives in Windsor, ON. Nabeela is currently working towards an M.A. in English Creative Writing while also teaching a section of an Expository Writing course.

Alix Smyth is a recent graduate of Dalhousie University with a Master of Arts in English who lives in Halifax. This is her first published poem.

R.W. Stedingh is a Vancouver writer, translator and editor. His poems and translations have appeared in numerous magazines including Malahat Review, Tamarack Review, Northwest Review and Event. He is the author of two volumes of poetry, Faces of Eve (1969) and From a Bell Tower (1971). He is the Founding Editor of Canadian Fiction Magazine and the former Managing Editor of PRISM International. He is now working on The War of Words: Selected Poems of Pierre Reverdy.

Mary Swan lives in Guelph, Ontario. Recent work has appeared in The Malahat Review and The Ontario Review, and the forthcoming Anthology "Sudden Fictions".

Arved Viirlaid was bom in Estonia on April 11, 1922 and educated at Kloostri and at the Tallin State College of Fine Arts. After serving as an officer in the Finnish Army, he moved in 1945 to Sweden, in 1946 to England, and in 1954 to Canada, where he is now a citizen. He is the author of fivebooks of poetry including Hand in Hand (1978), which received the coveted Visnapuu Award for that year. In addition, he has published eight novels. His work has been translated into.Latvian, Swedish, French, English, Spanish, Finnish, Ukranian and Chinese.

Donez Xiques, a summer resident of Nova Scotia for over twenty years is a professor at Brooklyn College, CUNY. Her work has appeared in Canadian Literature, The American Review of Canadian Studies, & Thought. She is presently completing The Apprenticeship of Margaret Laurence, a study of the writer's early career.