Contributors – Volume 7, Issue 1


Will Cordeiro has work published in AGNI, Bennington Review, Best New Poets, Copper Nickel, and The Threepenny Review. Will is the author of Trap Street (Able Muse, 2019) and coauthor of Experimental Writing: A Writer’s Guide and Anthology, forthcoming from Bloomsbury. Will coedits Eggtooth Editions and lives in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Jennifer Bowering Delisle is the author of three books of poetry and lyric nonfiction: Deriving (2021), The Bosun Chair (2017)and Micrographia (forthcoming fall 2023). She is on the board of NeWest Press and frequently teaches creative writing classes and workshops. She is a settler in amiskwaciwâskahikan/Edmonton in Treaty 6.

Nina P. Honorat is a poet and writer born in Montreal who has honed her skills in poetry slams, workshops and the occasional poetry night in Rheims (France), Amherst (USA) and Toronto (Canada). Her poetry appears in Best Canadian Poetry 2021 Anthology.

Tamara Madison is the author of The Belly Remembers, Wild Domestic and Moraine, all published by Pearl Editions. Her most recent chapbook, On the Fault Line, was released in March 2022 by Picture Show Press. Her work has appeared in Chiron Review, the Worcester Review, A Year of Being Here, One Art, the Writer’s Almanac and many other publications. Her latest collection, Morpheus Dips His Oar, is just out from Sheila-Na-Gig Editions.

Kate Sorbara is a mother, a farmer, and a lover of rivers. Her chapbook, Burnt River, is in its second printing.

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

Matthew Tierney is the author of four books of poetry. His most recent, Midday at the Super-Kamiokande, was nominated for a ReLit Award. He won the 2013 Trillium Book Award for Poetry. He works for U of T as a writer in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering and lives in the east end of Toronto with his wife and son. 

Kenton K. Yee recently placed poetry in Plume Poetry, The Threepenny Review, Sugar House Review, Constellations, Rattle, TAB Journal, Stanford’s Mantis, The Indianapolis Review, South Dakota Review, BoomerLitMag, and Cutthroat: A Journal of the Arts, among others. Kenton writes from northern California. 

Lisa Young is the author of When the Earth (Quattro Books). Her poems appear in several publications, including journals such as the Literary Review of Canada, One Hand Clapping, Minola Review, and the craft book, The Practicing Poet. She offers online poetry craft talks and courses at The Wychwood Poetry Workshop. Visit her website for more information.


Susan Winemaker is an author and artist currently residing in Toronto.

— contributors from Juniper Volume 7, Issue 1