Carole Glasser Langille is the author of four books of poetry, two collections of short stories, and two children’s books. She has been nominated for The Governor General’s Award in Poetry, The Atlantic Poetry Prize, and The Alistair MacLeod Award for Short Fiction. She has given readings and workshops in France, India, South Africa, Hawaii, […]
Larry Kramer is a retired family physician living in Brantford, Ontario. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario in 1973, he spent his medical career as a GP in a small town, then as a hospitalist in a larger centre. His articles have appeared in many magazines, including The Medical Post.
The daughter of an artist, Joy Laking studied art at university and has lived and painted professionally in Nova Scotia for the past forty-seven years. She has had national solo exhibitions of her paintings, including one at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. She has also exhibited internationally. Joy paints in watercolours, oils, and acrylics. […]
Luigi Costanzo was born in 1946 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He moved to Nova Scotia in 1979 and provided clinical therapy for children in crisis while employed by the IWK Children’s Hospital. He studied stone carving and bronze casting at The Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Gregory M. Cook was born in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. As one of three poets in his immediate family, he has made writers and their survival a personal and a professional study. His biography of his close friend Alden Nowlan, One Heart, One Way, was published by Pottersfield Press. He has lived in Wolfville, Toronto, Fredericton, […]
Rick Williams, M.A., Ed.D, is sole proprietor of Praxis Research & Consulting and research director for the Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters. He led the Council’s $1.7 million national fisheries labour supply study completed in 2018. From 2009 to 2013 he served as deputy minister to the Premier for Policy and Priorities in the […]
Craid Marshall Smith is an award-winning, Halifax-based writer, RCMP sergeant, and president of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia. He has chronicled and lectured extensively on African Canadian history and achievement.
Rebecca Thomas is an award-winning Mi’kmaw poet. She is Halifax’s former Poet Laureate (2016-2018) and has been published in multiple journals and magazines. She coordinated the Halifax Slam Poetry team from 2014 to 2017, leading them to three national competitions with the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word. I’m Finding My Talk is her first book.