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Chris Johnson, Managing Editor

Chris Johnson is a coordinator/facilitator/organizer in Ottawa’s literary scene. He was a co-editor of In/Words Magazine & Press while he attended Carleton University for a BA?and?MA in English Literature. Chris’ chapbook of stumbling?haibun,?Listen, Partisan!, was released by Frog Hollow Press in 2016.

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James K. Moran, Operations Officer

James K. Moran’s?fiction and poetry?have?appeared in publications including?Bywords, On Spec?and?Glitterwolf. His?articles and reviews have appeared via?Daily Xtra,?CBC Radio,?Rue Morgue, and elsewhere.?Director of Ottawa’s Tree Reading Series from 2000 to 2005 (his most enjoyable non-paying job), in 2012 Moran founded the Little Workshop of Horrors, which carves literary and speculative works into shape. A contributing editor for?Postscripts to Darkness, Moran tweets @jkmoran and?blogs.?Town & Train?is Moran’s debut literary horror novel.

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Meagan Black, Editorial Assistant

Meagan Black is completing her Masters of Fine Arts degree at UBC. She is also a writing mentor through the Vancouver New Shoots program, a TA for UBC’s Creative Writing BFA, and teaches creative writing for English literacy through the Creative Writing for Children Society. Sometimes, she even gets to write.

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Kevin Matthews, President, Art Editor

Performing his work since 2003, Kevin Matthews is a veteran of the Winnipeg and?Ottawa spoken-word scenes. He helped found the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word,?and?Versefest,?and has served in various roles on the?Arc?board since 2011.

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Tiina Kurvits, Vice-President

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A lover of words, a lover of ideas, a lover of all things wild in the world. Believing in the power of a well-crafted line, Tiina Kurvits has been part of the?Arc?family since 2015.

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Doyali Islam, Poetry Editor

Doyali Islam’s second poetry book is heft (McClelland & Stewart, 2019). Poems from this collection can be found in Kenyon Review Online and the 2018 volume of The Best Canadian Poetry in English. In 2017, Doyali was a National Magazine Award poetry finalist and a guest on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition.
www.doyalifarahislam.com + @doyali_is.

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Jennifer Baker, Reviews Editor

Jennifer Baker is a doctoral candidate, part-time professor and poet living in Ottawa. Her first chapbook, Abject Lessons, was published in 2014 by above/ground press. Since then, her poems can be found in ottawater, illiterature, and Dusie, and she has performed them with choirs, bars, and in barns on farms. Her reviews can be found in The Journal of Canadian Poetry, The Bull Calf, and forthcoming in Canadian Literature.

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Rusty Priske, Spoken Word Editor

Rusty?Priske?is a long time fixture in the Canadian Spoken Word and Slam Community. He has two full length poetry books and his work has appeared in five chapbooks, on eight CDs, and in multiple issues of Oratorealis. He has performed from coast to coast, including with members of the Vancouver Opera and as part of the Caravaggio exhibit at the National Gallery.

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Frances Boyle, Associate Poetry Editor

Frances Boyle’s first collection of poetry is Light-carved Passages (BuschekBooks). Her writing appears in literary magazines?and?anthologies in Canada?and?the US. Awards include This Magazine’s Great Canadian Literary Hunt, Tree’s chapbook contest,?and?the Diana Brebner Prize. Frances is originally from the prairies, with strong ties to BC.

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Arc’s Associate Reviews Editor, Anouk H. Henri, holds a Master’s in Poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts and has had poems and reviews published in several Canadian journals.

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Kevin Shaw, Prose Editor

Kevin Shaw is from London, ON where he completed a PhD in Canadian literature at Western University. His poetry collection, Smaller Hours, is published by icehouse poetry (Goose Lane Editions) and his nonfiction has appeared in Event, The New Quarterly, and The Best Canadian Essays 2018.