(Canada), born in 1972 in Sainte-Foy-les-Lyon in France. She has written La mer à la porte (Sea at the Door, 2001), La route des vents (The Road of the Winds, 2002), La terre cet animal (This Animal the Earth, 2003). She has contributed to various poetry reviews and anthologies in France as well as in Quebec, where she currently lives. She also writes and directs documentary films, inhabited by beings pierced by the light of the elements.
(Canada), born in 1977. She teaches creative writing at Dawson College, and organizes the Atwater Poetry Project, a monthly reading series featuring poets from all over Canada. She is the author of two books of poetry: Abandon (Wolsak & Wynn, 2005) and Occupational Sickness (translations of Romanian poet Nichita Stanescu, BuschekBooks, 2006).
(Canada) born in 1972. She has published poetry across Canada and in Great Britain and Europe. Her writing has received numerous awards and grants. She has just published her first collection of poems and is currently working on a screenplay.