Elizabeth Haynes’s writing has appeared in magazines and anthologies, most recently You Look Good for your Age (U of A Press). Her story collection, Speak Mandarin Not Dialect (Thistledown Press) was an Alberta Book Award finalist. Her novel, The Errant Husband, will be published by Radiant Press in October, 2021. https://www.elizabethjhaynes.com/
Elizabeth's essay "Seventeen Postcards" is featured in the new Summer Creative Nonfiction issue of The Fiddlehead. Order your copy today!
Heather Ramsay writes some things that are true and some that are not. She lives in unceded Ts'elxwéyeqw territory (otherwise known as Chilliwack, BC). Her creative writing has appeared in The Malahat Review, carte blanche, The Antigonish Review, Room, Numero Cinq, Maisonneuve, Canada’s History Magazine, Canadian Geographic and more. To see more of Heather’s writing visit her website.
Heather's essay "I Found a Picture of My Great-Aunt" is featured in the Summer Creative Nonfiction issue. Pre-order your copy today!
José Teodoro is a playwright, critic and essayist. His work has appeared in publications such as Brick, Film Comment, The Globe & Mail, and The Believer. He is currently adapting his play Cloudless for the screen and recording his tandem-narrative chamber opera Screen Door with composer-musician Stephen Lyons. His essay "Cul-de-sac" is featured in the new Summer Creative Nonfiction issue of The Fiddlehead. Pre-order your copy today!
Rebecca Rustin writes and ghostwrites internet and sometimes textbook copy, translates things from French to English, and loves trashy reality TV. Poems appear in PRISM, various rob mclennan outlets, the Rahila's Ghost chapbook Mercy Tax, and elsewhere. Her poem "A Little Learning" was published in the Spring 2022 issue of The Fiddlehead.
Sylvie Simmons, a Londoner living in San Francisco, is an award-winning author, journalist and singer-songwriter. Her books include a short-story collection Too Weird for Ziggy, and several biographies, including I'm Your Man: The Life Of Leonard Cohen. Her latest album is Blue On Blue, on Compass Records. Sylvie's short stories Story with no Story, Hide and Seek and There's A Dead Man In The Park are featured in the new Spring issue of The Fiddlehead.
Bob Armstrong (www.bobarmstrong.ca, Twitter: @bobarmsnovelist) lives in Winnipeg, where he writes long and short fiction and creative non-fiction and works as a speechwriter. He’s been a reporter, PR professional, playwright, performer and environment impact report writer. His second novel, Prodigies (Five Star/Gale), was published in 2021. Bob's story "The Cancer Joke" is featured in the new Spring issue of The Fiddlehead.
Simon Turner’s poetry has been published by Plenitude Magazine and bird, buried press. They participated in Arc Poetry Magazine’s 2020/21 poet-in-residence mentorship program, have had four plays staged in Peterborough, and a short story in We Shall Be Monsters (Renaissance Press). They live in Ottawa, masquerading as a PhD student. Simon's poem "It’s Almost Like a Fishy Mammal" is featured in the Spring 2022 issue of The Fiddlehead. Order your copy today!
Vivian Li is a writer and editor who enjoys exploring various artistic disciplines. Her works are forthcoming or published in Uncanny Magazine, CV2, and Vallum, among others. A MFA candidate at UBC, she currently edits for PRISM international, and can be reached on Twitter @eliktherain. Her poem "Soup Days, Pizza Dinners & Other Joyful Moments" was published in the BIPOC Solidarities issue of The Fiddlehead. Order your copy today!