Contributors – Volume 5, Issue 3


Rose Auslander lives on Cape Cod. Obsessed with water, she is the author of the book Wild Water Child, the chapbooks Folding Water, Hints, and The Dolphin in the Gowanus, and poems in the Berkeley Poetry Review, RHINO, Rumble Fish, Tinderbox, and Tupelo Quarterly. She earned her MFA in Poetry at Warren Wilson.

Lisa Bellamy studies poetry with Philip Schultz at The Writers Studio, where she also teaches. She is the author of a full-length collection, The Northway (Terrapin Books) and a chapbook, Nectar (Encircle Publications chapbook prize). She has received a Pushcart Prize, a Pushcart Special Mention, and a Fugue Poetry Prize. She lives in Brooklyn, NY and the Adirondack Park with her family.

Nicole Callihan writes poems and stories. Her work has appeared in Kenyon Review, American Poetry ReviewThrush, Tin House, BOMB, Court Green, Conduit, and as a Poem-a-Day feature from the Academy of American Poets. She has a novella, The Couples, as well as several collections of poetry, most recently, ELSEWHERE, a collaboration with Zoë Ryder White, which won the Sixth Finch Chapbook Prize and was published in spring 2020. Learn more at

Stephanie Yue Duhem is a 1.5 generation Chinese-American poet and educator, currently studying in the New Writers Project MFA at UT Austin. Her chapbook Name and Noun is forthcoming from Selcouth Station Press. She can be found online at

Michael Goodfellow’s first collection, Naturalism: An Annotated Bibliography, is forthcoming from Gaspereau Press next spring, and his poems have previously appeared in The Dalhousie Review, The Cortland Review, Bear Review, and elsewhere. He lives in Nova Scotia.

matthew lovegrove lives in the traditional, unceded territory of the Skwxwú7mesh Nation, works as a Curator in a small-town museum, and spends a lot of time in the Coast Mountains. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in antilang, Train: a poetry journal, and Deep Wild Journal.

Brent Raycroft’s poetry has appeared in a variety of magazines, journals and anthologies, including Arc, CV2, the Walrus, The Broken City, Queen’s Quarterly, and The Best of the Best Canadian Poetry: Tenth Anniversary Edition. He lives north of Kingston Ontario.

Jim Reil has published poetry in CV2, Event, Dalhousie Review, The Antigonish Review, Grain and The Maynard. He lives across the river from Ottawa in Aylmer Quebec.

Samuel Strathman (he/him) is a poet, visual artist, and kitchen coordinator. Some of his poems have appeared in Prole, Fevers of the Mind, Pulp Literature, and other publications. His debut poetry collection, Omnishambles is forthcoming with Ice Floe Press (2022).  

Anna Swanson is a writer and public librarian living in St. John’s, Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland). Her first book of poetry, The Nights Also, won the Gerald Lampert Award and a Lambda Literary Award. Her writing has appeared in various journals and anthologies including The Best Canadian Poetry in English and In Fine Form: The Canadian Book of Form Poetry. She is a poetry editor for Riddle Fence, and loves wild swimming outdoors in all seasons.

Eileen Thalenberg is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and closet poet. She is fluent in seven languages and has translated poetry and plays some of which have been published and performed.

Sarah Yi-Mei Tsiang is the author of the poetry books Status Update (2013), which was nominated for the Pat Lowther Award and the Gerald Lampert award winning Sweet Devilry (2011). Her new book, Grappling Hook, is forthcoming with Palimpsest Press. She has been widely anthologized in such collections as Best of the Best Canadian PoetryPoet-to-Poet (2013), and the Newborn Anthology (2014). She is the editor of the poetry collection, Desperately Seeking Susans (2013) and the Poetry Editor for Arc Poetry Magazine. Sarah currently works as the Creative Director for Poetry In Voice and teaches in UBC’s optional residency MFA.  


Susan Winemaker is a writer, chef, photographer and arts n’ crafter based in Toronto.

— contributors from Juniper Volume 5, Issue 3