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Frank Polizzi
Frank Polizzi was the editor of Feile-Festa, a multicultural, literary arts journal. His poems and...
Kenny Marotta
Born in Malden, Massachusetts, Kenny Marotta received his Ph.D from John Hopkins University. Aside from...
Cornelia Hoogland
Cornelia Hoogland is the award winning poet of Trailer Park Elegy, Woods Wolf Girl, and...
Jean-Yves Reuzeau
Jean-Yves Reuzeau, born in 1951 in France, is a French poet and writer. He is...
Bert Schierbeek
Lambertus Roelof (Bert) Schierbeek (18 June 1918 - 9 June 1996) was a Dutch writer....
Bill Turpin
Bill Turpin has worked most of his career as a journalist, first in Montreal and...
Pan Bouyoucas

Pan Bouyoucas is a Montreal prize-winning writer, playwright, and translator whose novels and plays have been translated into several languages. Two of his novels were written originally in English: The Man Who Wanted to Drink Up the Sea, which was selected by France’s FNAC as one of the 12 best novels of 2005, and The Tattoo, which was longlisted for the 2012 Re-Lit Award.
Pan Bouyoucas
Hadi Atallah
Anne Claire Poirier
Thomas F. Pawlick
Rocco de Giacomo
John O'Meara
Diane Bracuk
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco
Mark E. Cull
France Théoret
Elana Wolff
David Sherman
Stanislao Nievo