Mini-interview: Bill Cooper

Bill Cooper is an academic with a Ph.D. in cognitive science from MIT, currently president emeritus at the University of Richmond.  He began writing haiku in 2009 and publishes in leading haiku journals.  He has published nine haiku collections and served for five years as one of the founding editors of Juxtapositions:  A Journal of […]

Mini-interview: Gary Barwin

Gary Barwin is the author of 27 books including Nothing the Same, Everything Haunted: The Ballad of Motl the Cowboy which won the Canadian Jewish Literary Award and Bird Arsonist (with Tom Prime),The Fabulous Op (with Gregory Betts) and forthcoming, Portal (visual poems.) His national bestselling novel Yiddish for Pirates won the Leacock Medal for […]

Mini-Interview: Stuart Ross

Stuart Ross is the author of 20 books of fiction, poetry, and essays. He received the 2019 Harbourfront Festival Prize, the 2017 Canadian Jewish Literary Award for Poetry, and the 2010 ReLit Award for Short Fiction. His work has been translated into Nynorsk, French, Spanish, Estonian, Slovenian and Russian. Stuart lives in Cobourg, Ontario. What […]

Mini-interview: Ignatius Fay

Ignatius Fay is an invertebrate paleontologist and poet. He writes haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, tanka prose and various other related genres. He is Regional Coordinator for the Ontario Region, in which role he has edited and laid-out three anthologies of poems by Ontario members. He is the editor of the monthly newsletter for the Haiku […]

Mini-interview: Daniel Lockhart

D.A. Lockhart is the author of multiple collections of poetry and short fiction. His most recent work includes Bearmen Descend Upon Gimli (Frontenac House, 2021), Go Down Odawa Way (Kegedonce Press Press, 2021), and Breaking Right: Stories (Porcupine‚Äôs Quill, 2021). His work has appeared widely throughout Turtle Island including Best Canadian Poetry 2019, the Malahat […]