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March 19th 2009 Featuring Elana Wolff and Josh Stewart

March 19th ….

Featuring Elana Wolff and Josh Stewart


In her previous life, Elana Wolff enjoyed a career teaching English as a Second Language at York University and at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Currently, she divides her time between writing, editing, and facilitating therapeutic art classes and workshops. Elana’s poems have appeared in journals and anthologies in Canada, the US, and the UK. She has published four books of poetry with Guernica, and her fifth book, Implicate Me— a collection of short essays on poems of GTA poets and publishers— is forthcoming. Elana is a two time finalist for the CBC Literary Award for Poetry and her collection, You Speak to Me in Trees, won the 2008 F.G. Bressani Prize for poetry.


Josh Stewart is a graduate of the University of Toronto, who is currently having a post-postsecondary existential crisis because he does not know what to do with his life. Cactus Press published Josh’s chapbook Invention of the Curveball in 2008. Josh likes sushi, hats, and Tuesdays.