Writer of fiction and poetry, debut collection published in 2015
David Huebert is the author of the poetry collection We Are No Longer The Smart Kids In Class (Guernica 2015). In 2015, his fiction won The Dalhousie Review's short story contest and The Antigonish Review's Sheldon Currie Fiction Prize. David's recent poems have appeared in journals such as Event, CV2, and Prairie Fire, and he is currently working on a second poetry collection called Alkaline Purr.
Editor and acclaimed author of three books of poetry
Jacob McArthur Mooney's books are The New Layman's Almanac (McClelland & Stewart, 2008) and Folk (M&S, 2011), the latter of which was shortlisted for the Trillium Poetry Prize and the Dylan Thomas Prize and made Best of the Year lists from both the Globe and Mail and the National Post. He is the host of the Pivot Reading Series in Toronto and the editor of Best Canadian Poetry in English 2015 (Tightrope). His newest is Don't Be Interesting (M&S/RandomHouse).