I was born and raised in Hazel Grove, PEI, and left there at age fifteen, subsequently
living in Ottawa, Halifax, Montréal and Vancouver. From 1996 to 2003, I travelled back and
forth between the territory of Nunavut and southern Canada, working as an airline
cargo handler and agent. I now live in Halifax and work for VIA Rail as a service
attendant and for myself as a freelance writer and editor. I am also a contributing editor at Canadian
Notes & Queries, possibly the finest literary magazine in the country.
When time permits, I write poems, reviews and essays,
and read whatever I can get my hands on.
Photo: John W. MacDonald
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and will largely be paid forward.
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The University of Toronto's library has a website dedicated to Canadian poetry,
a page for yours truly.
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