Adam Beardsworth, Shoshannah Ganz, Lindsay Bird

Adam Beardsworth is a professor of English at Grenfell Campus. His poetry has appeared in numerous journals, including Freefall, Antigonish Review, and The Honest Ulsterman. His first book of poetry is forthcoming with Gaspereau Press. His criticism has been published widely, including in the forthcoming book Confessional Poetry in the Cold War: The Poetics of Doublespeak.

Shoshannah Ganz is an associate professor of Canadian literature at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. She moved to Newfoundland in 2007 and eventually settled in Steady Brook. Shoshannah is also an active poet participating in readings and publishing her work in journals and collections in Canada, the US, and Japan. Her poetry manuscript looks at Jewish identity and Japanese and Jewish connection in culture, history, and literature. Shoshannah will be looking for a publisher for this work in the near future.

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Lindsay Bird is a poet, journalist and documentarian in Corner Brook. Her first collection of poems, Boom Time, was shortlisted for the 2020 ReLit Award. Her poems have appeared in numerous publications, including The Fiddlehead, Geist, and Newfoundland Quarterly.