Our editorial team is currently transitioning! Check back here in the fall to meet the new editors.


Amy LeBlanc, Editor-in-Chief


Amy LeBlanc holds a BA (Hons.) in English Literature and creative writing at the University of Calgary where she is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Education. Her work has appeared in Prairie Fire, The Antigonish Review, Untethered, and Canthius among others, and she won the 2018 BrainStorm Poetry Contest. Amy also has work forthcoming in Room, Contemporary Verse 2, and Filling Station. Her chapbook, “Collective Nouns for Birds” was published by Loft on Eighth Press in December.

Kathy Pham, Design Lead 

Kathy Pham is a Canadian (hyphen) Vietnamese writer and undergraduate English Literature student at the University of Calgary. She is currently completing her first short story cycle with an emphasis on the tensions of hybridity and cyberpunk, when she can fit it in.

Terri Scott, Fiction Editor

Terri photo.jpg

Terri is in her second year studying anthropology at the University of Calgary. Her writing has been published in her high school’s creative writing book for the past four consecutive years. Terri enjoys yoga, a good coffee, petting dogs, and savouring art in any way she can find it. In her free time, Terri can be found relaxing with a glass of cab sav, while watching home reno shows. Though she’ll always be reading a book (or five), Terri’s favourite author is Anthony Doerr.

Kirsten Cordingley, Poetry Editor


Kirsten Cordingley is currently pursuing a BA in English. Originally from Rycroft, Alberta, she completed two years of her degree at the University of Lethbridge and is now continuing at the University of Calgary. Kirsten’s interests include travelling, philosophy, and reading. She aspires to write and publish a novel.

Maryam Gowralli, Social Media/Blog Coordinator


Maryam Gowralli is a third-year English Literature student in the University of Calgary and an editor for the creative writing journal, The Quill Magazine. A lover of speculative fiction and critical theory – post-colonial and deconstructionist in particular – she is currently working on various fiction pieces. In the future, she hopes to complete her degree with Honours and pursue an MA in English Literature. Her hobbies include analyzing hockey, drinking copious amounts of coffee, drawing, and dissecting video game narratives.

Executives not pictured:

  • Genista Kippin (Managing Editor)
  • Seamus Dobbin