Andrée Christensen has published over twenty-five works in poetry, novel and literary translation.
Desmeules' collections have garnered many awards, including the GG's Award and the Prix de poésie de Radio-Canada.
Originally trained in contemporary dance, Catherine Lalonde is a poet and journalist.
Dominique Bernier-Cormier's Correspondent was longlisted for the Raymond Souster Award.
Poet, motivational speaker, Éric Charlebois specializes in English-language aboriginal poetry translation.
S'accorder (BouquinBec) by Eve Bilodeau is like playing with the filaments of hope that surround us.
The poems of cultural journalist and communicator Janick Belleau have been published for over 30 years.
Maude Pilon's projects involve generous doses of collaboration and performance.
In her first collection, Maya Cousineau Mollen explores paths of anger, be it territorial, identity-based or femininity.
Le poème involontaire is Michel Therien's eleventh collection.
Montreuil is a prevailing voice in tanka, haiku, senryu, tanka and haibun in English and French Canada.
Nelson Charest teaches modern poetry at the University of Ottawa.
Sara Dignard's debut collection, Le cours normal des choses, won the Prix Jovette-Bernier for poetry.
Simon Brown's This Mud, A Word, was recently released by Frog Hollow Press.
Véronique Sylvain specialises in literature of the North French Canadians.