Contributors To Issue # 107

Gary Atlin teaches genetics and breeds wheat atthe Nova ScotiaAgricultural College.

Kevin Black lives in Moncton with his family and a various assortment of animals. He works as a doctor in Moncton and has had poems published in Ireland, England and Canada.

Diane Bracuk is a freelance writer living in Toronto. Her prose and poetry have been previously published in The Antigonish Review.

Allan Brown lives in Powell River, BC. 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.

Gerald Chapple teaches German at McMaster University. He has translated several prose works by contemporary German prose writers. His translation, with James B. Lawson, of Barbara Frischmuth's Chasing after the Wind: Four Stories will appear in 1996 with Ariadne Press. He is on the board of the American Literary Translators Association.

Mary Frances Coady lives in Toronto. She is a freelance writer and a teacher of English in the community college system.

Blane Després is completing his Ph.D. in Education at UBC. He has published poems in The Antigonish Review and The Fiddlehead.

Pamela Donoghue was bom in Saint John, NB. Her work has appeared in. various literary journals including The Fiddlehead and Grain. She lives in Seabright, Nova Scotia.

Deirdre Dwyer is a tutor at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. She attended the Banff Writing Studio in the fall of 1995 where she worked on her manuscript Going to the Eyestore.

Robyn Eversole lives in Montreal, West Virginia, and Bolivia. She is the author of the illustrated books Flood Fish and the Flute Player/La Flautista, and is pursuing a doctorate in development anthropology at McGill University.

Roger Field lives in Truro, Nova Scotia where he is Principal of Alice Street Elementary School. He has had poetry and short fiction published in 3c Pulp, Skaz, and Geist. This is his first publication in The Antigonish Review. E-mail address:

Bernice Friesen lives in both Saskatchewan and British Columbia. The title story of her collection The Seasons Are Horses was awarded the Vicky Metcalf Award for Short Story.

Shree Ghatage lives and writes in St. John's Newfoundland. She has been previously published in Canadian Fiction Magazine and has a poem forthcoming in The Fiddlehead.

Greg Gilbert lives in Quebec and works as associate editor for ARC Magazine.

Eric Hill lives in Fredericton. He is a poetry editor at The Fiddlehead and the new ultra-sexy magazine QUERTY. A chapbook of his poetry titled every tool is a weapon if you hold it right was published in May by Ice House Press.

Sarah Klassen is a Winnipeg writer. Her short fiction has appeared in Newest Review and Borderwatch(Nethlandic Press, 1993). She spent the winter of 1995/96 teaching English in Lithuania.

Ursula Krechel (born 1947) has written numerous plays, radio plays, novels and volumes of poetry. Her most recent collection of poems, Landlaeufiges Wunder (Everyday Miracle), was published by Suhrkamp in 1995. The selection here is taken from her second volume of verse. She lives in Frankfurt am Main.

Anne Le Dressay teaches English at Augustana University College in Camrose, Alberta. She is a past contributor to The Antigonish Review and has had poems published in joumals such as Queen's Quarterly, Tickle Ace, Event, Other Voices, and Canadian Literature.

Joy Hewitt Mann chairs The (Ottawa/Seaway) Valley Writers' Guild and edits their bimonthly newsletter and annual anthology The Gristmill. She has received several American awards for poetry and appears there broadly, Her Canadian credits include Whetstone, Carleton Arts Review and The Church-Wellesley Review. Her first book of poetry was published in May, 1995.

Frederick Mundle teaches at New Brunswick Community College. He has had poetry published in The Comorant, and The Antigonish Review. Placed second in Poetry (1996) for poem entitled "The Wall" with WFNB (Writers' Federation of New Brunswick).

Catherine 0wen has poetry published in Chasing Halley's Comet (Laughing Willow Books) and Her (Wet Sickle Press). Her latest MS is Somatic a series based on the life and work of viennese painter Egon Schiele. She is a student in Burnaby, BC.

Shane Rhodes lives in Calgary or Alix Alberta and is an editor with Filling Station magazine. He has published poetry in a numberof Canadian literary journals and has most recently produced a chapbook entitled Claims.

Gustav A. Richar, is a graduated Mechanical Engineer, edited Parry Sound 1887-1987, Historical Miniatures, a book of historical essays and stories. His prose has been published in: The Antigonish Review, Dandelion, Northland Journal, Quarry, Windsor Review, Whetstone, Zymergy, and others. Since November 1995 he has been translating short stories of the German author and film producer Doris Dörrie. He lives with his wife at a lake north of Pointe Au Baril, ON.

Gaby Roughneen is Irish and Canadian. She works in Mount St. Vincent library in Halifax, and has published poetry in Ireland and England.

Darlene Searcy lives and writes in Winnipeg Manitoba.

Sandy Shreve was raised in Sackville, NB and lives in Vancouver, BC. Her books of poetry are The Speed of the Wheel Is Up to the Potter (Quarry, 1990) and Bewildered Rituals (Polestar, 1992). Her third collection, Belonging, is forthcoming from Sono Nis Press in 1997.

Anne Simpson is a writer and artist living in Antigonish. She has previously published work in The Fiddlehead, Quarry, The Malahat Review and Event, among others.

Andrew Steeves was born in Moncton, NB and now lives with his wife and son in Wolfville, NS. He is currently editing acollection of letters that Alden Nowlan wrote to NB writer Raymond Fraser. His poetry has appeared in The Amethyst Review and The Pottersfield Portfolio.

Lynn Strongin is an American poet living in British Columbia. Herwork has appeared in numerous American anthologies & magazines. Seven published books. Recent poetry in Descant, Shenandoah, and The American Voice and Confrontation.

George Szanto, a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, was a finalist for the Books in Canada First Novel Award with Not Working. He is also the author of The Underside of Stones. He teaches Communications and Cultural Studies at McGill University.

Derek Webster lives in Montreal. This is his first publication. In the fall, he will start an MFA in poetry at Washington University, in St. Louis.

Terry Whalen is the author of Bliss Carman and his Works (1983), Charles G.D. Roberts and His Works (1989), andPhilip Larkin and English Poetry (1986, rpt. 1990). He is currently writing articles related to Philip Larkin's estate papers, and he teaches at Saint Mary's University, Halifax, NS.