Spadina Literary Review
Issue #25 June 2018
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Here's some background on some of the contributors to this issue. Activated links will appear in a new window:
- Khalid Bekkaoui ("The Cow") teaches English Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Fez, Morocco. His books include White Women Captives in North Africa available from Palgrave Macmillan.
- Elizabeth Bruce ("Dolores") lives in Washington, D.C. This story is part of a collection-in-progress of short stories, each of which begins with the words "One dollar." Her novel And Silent Left the Place is available via Amazon.
- Pat Connors ("Fallow") lives in Toronto. Pat's chapbook Scarborough Songs was published by Lyricalmyrical Press and he is a manager of the local chapter of 100,000 Poets for Change.
- Gregg Dotoli ("Come On Dream") is a white-hat hacker and poet whose collection Poetry Fob is available from Underground Books.
- Tye Kraimer ("The Dollhouse") lives near Christie Pits in Toronto and is preparing an upcoming novel.
- Elga Mannik ("Istanbul") is the Europe-based associate editor of the Spadina Literary Review. Parts 1 and 2 of "Istanbul" appeared in issues #23 & #24.
- Dianne Scott ("Demise") is a Toronto writer and poet. You can visit Dianne at diannescott.ca.
- Richard Sleboe ("Tour de France") lives in New Orleans. An avid cyclist, Richard reports that he was once mistaken for a contestant in the Paris-Nice race.
- Ajay Tulsiani ("Priorities") lives in Mumbai. His novel Broken Diamonds is available at amazon.com.
- Melissa Weiss ("For What It's Worth") is a creative writing student at UBC and co-runs One Button Press in Kelowna, B.C.
- Eliot Wilson ("There's a Problem") is a journalist and commentator in the UK, US and Middle East. Eliot blogs at reflectionsofasybarite.
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