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Train : a journal of carefully-considered re-emergence


Issue #9 : Julian Day Jason Heroux Charlene Kwiatkowski David Ly David Martin Emilia Morgan Steffi Tad-y





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Julian Day lives in Winnipeg. His work has recently appeared in Juniper and Ghost City Review, and his debut chapbook will be published by Anstruther Press in early 2021.

Jason Heroux is currently the Poet Laureate for the city of Kingston, Ontario. His most recent book is the novel Amusement Park of Constant Sorrow (Mansfield Press, 2018).

Charlene Kwiatkowski is a writer living in Vancouver. Her poetry has been published in PRISM international, Barren Magazine, Long Exposure, and Open to Interpretation. Her fiction has appeared in Maisonneuve and Ottawa Arts Review. Charlene was runner-up in Pulp Literature's 2020 Magpie Award for Poetry for a sonnet anticipating the birth of her first child. She holds a Master's degree in English Literature from the University of Victoria and works at a contemporary art gallery. textingthecity.wordpress.com

David Ly is the author of Mythical Man (Anstruther Books, 2020) and the chapbook Stubble Burn (Anstruther Press, 2018). His writing has appeared in carte blanche, The Maynard, PRISM international, Plentitude, The /tƐmz/ Review, and others. He is the Poetry Editor of This Magazine and a member of Anstruther Press' Editorial Collective. Twitter: @dlylyly.

David Martin works as a literacy instructor in Calgary and as an organizer for the Single Onion Poetry Series. His first collection, Tar Swan (NeWest Press, 2018), was a finalist for the Raymond Souster Award and the City of Calgary W. O. Mitchell Book Prize. David’s work has been awarded the CBC Poetry Prize, shortlisted for the Vallum Award for Poetry and PRISM international’s poetry contest, and has appeared in numerous journals across Canada.

Emilia Morgan is a Palestinian-Canadian writer and co-founder of Coven Editions small press. Her long poem Suburbia was published as a tiny book in by In/Words press, and you can find more work in Bywords, talking about strawberries, Chaudiere, and some other places. She is a member of the Arc Poetry Magazine board and otherwise spends as much time as possible with plants and animals.

Steffi Tad-y is a Filipina writer based in Vancouver, B.C., in the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, & Tsleil-Waututh nations. Her first poetry chapbook was published by Frog Hollow Press in 2019. To watch the Toronto Raptors play live is part of her bucket list. One of her current and pressing goals is to write a funny poem.


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