Amy LeBlanc, Editor-in-Chief
Amy LeBlanc is currently completing an honours BA in English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Calgary where she is co-coordinator of the SU Campus Food Bank. Her work has appeared in (Parenthetical) and NōD Magazine, and she received second place in the 2016 Blodwyn Memorial Prize for fiction. She has recently completed her first novella. Her next project will be a long work of prose poetry about the connection between food and desire. Her future plans include completing an MLIS or an MA in English Literature.
Allie McFarland, Managing Editor
Allison (Allie) McFarland is finishing her combined degree in Law and Society and English with a concentration in creative writing—both with honours. Her English thesis is a sci-fi novella about archiving—this is a new area of interest, as her usual work is literary realism with a focus on familial relationships. Her Law and Society thesis is on how Canada and the USA use each other’s legal systems to punish their own citizens across their borders. After graduating Allie intends to acquire taller bookshelves and pursue an MA in creative writing.
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, Commissioning Editor
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, Copy 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.
Allison Iriye, Contributing Editor
Allison Iriye was born and raised in Edmonton, and attended Grant MacEwan University for two years before transferring to the University of Calgary in 2013. This year, she is finishing a BA honours in sociology (criminology concentration) and a BSc honours in primatology. She is involved with the Students’ Union as a SU Campus Food Bank co-coordinator. In her spare time, she enjoys indulging in horror pop culture, drinking too much coffee, and reading prose poetry that makes her heart hurt.
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