Monthly Archives: July 2008



Jennifer Londry

In a little room by a window Jennifer writes. Her work has appeared in CV2, Prairie Fire, Bywords, Ottawa Gems, Grimm magazine, The White Wall Review, Queen’s Feminist Review, Leaf Press and is forthcoming in The Antigonish Review.

She’s read in the back of a pick-up-truck in Dawson Creek, The National Archives in Ottawa, on CFRC radio, by candlelight at the Elington Pub, in The Rocky Mountains, The Huntsville Arts Festival, The Dub Poetry Festival in Kingston, the Qu’Appelle Valley Saskatchewan, and at the Cuba Literary Alliance festival.

She has just finished a poetry book about Alzheimer’s. A fiction collection of shorts entitled Dick, and a non-fiction manuscript about her eccentric aunt’s….She is currently working on a chapbook collaboration with R.D. Roy called Life & Death in Cheap Motels, as well as a novel about a murder in Kingston.

She lives in the Limestone city.

Niki Koulouris

Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Niki has lived in Greece and walked all over Europe. (a false economy because she went through many pairs of shoes)

As a professional writer, her interviewees have covered the spectrum – from Suicide Girls to sports ministers. Her poetry and prose has appeared in literary journals, newspapers and consumer magazines including The Cortland Review, Space, Subtext Magazine, The Age newspaper and Metro. A graduate of the University of Melbourne and RMIT University, Niki has worked as a staff writer for Victoria University as well as in the tertiary international education sector. She once was a high school teacher of English and French.

Niki is based in Toronto and divides her time between working as a freelance writer/editor and working in public relations in the renewable energy industry.

Edward Nixon

Edward Nixon writes poetry mostly by intention.

He has published two chapbooks: Nights in the City of the Dead (Aeolus House 2006) and Arguments for Breath (Lyricalmyrical 2007).

He coordinates the monthly Toronto reading series livewords in held at the Concord Café.

He’s had poems published recently in Rampike, Misunderstandings Magazine and Jones Avenue.