Patrick Grace, managing editor
Patrick Grace is a queer writer from Vancouver. His work has appeared in journals such as PRISM international, Geist, CV2, EVENT, Prairie Fire, Arc, Grain, and The Fiddlehead. His poetry has been longlisted for CV2’s Young Buck Poetry Prize and twice for PRISM international’s Pacific Spirit Poetry Prize. He is the winner of The Malahat Review’s Open Season Award for poetry in 2020. His first chapbook, Dastardly, was published in late 2021 with Anstruther Press.
Rhiannon Ng Cheng Hin, associate poetry editor
Rhiannon Ng Cheng Hin (she/her) is a Scottish-Mauritian writer currently living on the traditional territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation (Ottawa Valley). She was the recipient of the 2020 Writers’ Trust Mentorship in Poetry and her writing has appeared in Arc Poetry Magazine, Grain, PRISM international, The Malahat Review, Gutter, and elsewhere. Rhiannon is currently a graduate student at the University of Ottawa. Her debut poetry collection is forthcoming with Coach House Books in 2022.
L’Amour Lisik, associate prose editor
L’Amour Lisik is an artist, writer, and QPOC who lives on the unceded traditional territories of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples. She holds a BFA in Writing from the University of Victoria, where she focused on poetry and creative nonfiction. She works as managing editor for The Malahat Review.
Chris Slater, associate prose editor
Chris Slater is a former reporter turned writer living on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast. He holds a journalism diploma from Langara College. He’s had articles appear in The North Shore News, The Province, and The Vancouver Sun, among others. His breakthrough fiction piece, Adirondack, appeared in Plenitude in 2020. He’s delighted to be able to work with other blossoming writers as he continues to blaze his own fiction writing path.
Cara Nelissen, book reviews editor
Cara Nelissen is a queer writer living in Vancouver. She’s the author of the chapbook Pray For Us Girls (Rahila’s Ghost Press, 2019), and her work has been published in several literary magazines, including Vallum, CV2 and Grain.
Andrea Routley, founding editor
Andrea Routley is the editor of Walk Myself Home: An Anthology to End Violence Against Women (Caitlin Press, 2010). She is the author of Jane and the Whales (Caitlin Press, 2013), which was a finalist for the 2014 Lambda Literary Award. Her writing has appeared in magazines such as The Malahat Review, The Fiddlehead, and Room Magazine. She completed a degree in writing from the University of Victoria, and now lives on the Sunshine Coast, BC, where she works as a piano tuner, library programmer, and serves on the board of Sunday in the Park with Pride Society, an organization dedicated to creating community for LGBTQ2 youth on the Sunshine Coast.