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Andrew Reeves is an award-winning, environmental journalist, with a Masters degree in human geography from the University of Toronto. He has worked most recently as an environment, science and energy reporter with Queen’s Park Briefing, a political new site owned by the Toronto Star Media Group. As a freelance journalist, his work has appeared in This Magazine, Ontario Nature, Alternatives Journal, The Grid, OpenFile Toronto and the Canadian Institute of Mining Magazine, among others. In 2012, a feature he wrote on Asian carp was nominated by This Magazine for a National Magazine Award and a Society of Environmental Journalists Award. That article is the basis for his forthcoming book, River Snatchers, an investigative narrative on invasive species. Reeves writes science and environmental articles bi-weekly for Alternatives Journal’s community blog, and is the author of his own website, . He lives and works in Toronto.

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Monique Polak is the author of 17 novels for young adults. She has two new novels for kids coming out this spring, as well as her first non-fiction book for young readers — Passover: Festival of Freedom (Orca). Monique is a two-time winner of the Quebec Writers’ Federation Prize for Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Monique is the CBC/Quebec Writers’ Federation inaugural writer-in-residence. She is also a regular contributor to the Montreal Gazette and to Postmedia publications across the country, as well as a columnist on ICI Radio-Canada’s Plus on est de fous, plus on lit! Monique has taught English and Humanities at Marianopolis College for 32 years. Her courses include Journalism and Writing for Children.


Bryan Methods grew up in the sleepy village of Crowhurst, on the south coast of the UK. After studying English at Trinity College, Cambridge, he found work as a professional drummer, which lasted as long as it took for the singer and guitarist to fall out and split up the band. He then returned to Cambridge for a Master’s in Screen Media and Cultures, specialising in animation. He currently lives and writes in London, and loves fencing, video games and capoeira. He is in the process of submitting a PhD on WWI poetry at Royal Holloway, University of London.

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Shawn Micallef has created a career around thinking about cities and culture. He’s an urban columnist at Canada’s largest newspaper, The Toronto Star, and an editor and co-owner of Spacing—the independent, national, Jane Jacobs Prize-winning magazine dedicated to looking at what makes Canadian cities work. Micallef is also interested in how technology and social media integrate into cities, and how they make them better. While a resident at the Canadian Film Centre’s Media Lab, he co-founded [murmur], a location-based mobile phone documentary project that has been established in over 20 cities globally.

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Often too traumatized and ashamed to admit the true extent of the abuse she was suffering – either to herself or to her increasingly concerned family and friends – Rosalind B. Penfold instead poured her anguish into a series of graphic diaries which she maintained for the length of her nightmarish relationship. The result is a touching, profoundly shocking and completely original portrait of domestic abuse that charts with dramatic immediacy the disintegration of a romance into a morass of confusion and fear.

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Zarqa Nawaz created Little Mosque on the Prairie which premiered to record-shattering ratings in Canada on the CBC. It aired its sixth and final season in Spring 2012 and is sold to over 60 countries around the world. Little Mosque on the Prairie landed Nawaz in the public eye and when not writing, producing or directing for the show, she has spent much of the past six years touring the world as a sought-after public speaker. At a YPO event in Toronto, which included Jordan’s Prince Talal bin Mohammed and Irshad Manji, Zarqa gave the keynote address. She has been interviewed or profiled by countless media outlets such as CNN, the BBC, The New York Times, al-Jazeera, and the Globe & Mail.