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  • Courtney Arlt

    Courtney Arlt

    Courtney Arlt is an Indigenous woman from the Peepeekisis Cree nation on Treaty 4 territory. She is an undergraduate student at the University of Regina studying Human Justice and a mother of three.

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  • David Camfield

    David Camfield

    David Camfield is a supporter of socialism from below whose book We Can Do Better: Ideas for Changing Society was published in 2017. His website is prairiered.ca.

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  • Carol Rose Daniels

    Carol Rose Daniels

    Carol Rose Daniels is the Saskatchewan author of the award-winning novel Bearskin Diary. Her first book of poetry, Hiraeth, will be released in early 2018 by Inanna Publications. Carol is also a Cree and Dene artist who works with storytelling, singing, drumming, and visual art. Previously, she worked as a television and radio journalist for over 30 years at APTN, CTV, and CBC.

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  • Saima Desai

    Saima Desai

    Saima Desai is the current editor of Briarpatch Magazine.

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  • Cathy Holtslander

    Cathy Holtslander

    Cathy Holtslander works as the Director of Research and Policy for the National Farmers Union in Saskatoon. She and her partner Lyle Orchard also farm, growing certified organic grain near Mont Nebo, SK.

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  • Syed Hussan

    Syed Hussan

    Syed Hussan is a Toronto based activist. You can follow him on Twitter at @hussansk.

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  • Erin Innes

    Erin Innes

    Erin Innes is a writer, activist, and organic farmer. She lives in a small rural community on the Pacific coast.

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  • Kate Jacobson

    Kate Jacobson

    Kate Jacobson is a student and organizer living in Calgary. She researches British and Canadian labour history, and is currently working on a project about pirate radio during the 1984-85 miners’ strike.

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  • Daniel Karasik

    Daniel Karasik

    Daniel Karasik (they/he) is a writer and performer in Toronto. They have led writing workshops with prisoners at Chicago’s Cook County Jail, volunteer with a restorative justice-oriented rehabilitation program for the formerly incarcerated, and organize with the Toronto New Socialists.

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  • Lital Khaikin

    Lital Khaikin

    Lital Khaikin writes in and outside of Montreal. She is the author of Outplace (Solar Luxuriance, 2017) and a flight of objects that seemed real (forthcoming). Her writing can be found at 3:AM Magazine, continent., Queen Mob’s Tea House, Berfrois, Black Sun Lit, the Brooklyn Rail, and REDEFINE Magazine. She also runs a small literary press called The Green Violin.

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  • Joseph Laforest

    Joseph Laforest

    Joseph Laforest grew up in Calgary’s sprawling suburbs, and studied philosophy and geography. He currently researches income polarization at the University of Calgary and organizes local reading groups.

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  • Nickita Longman

    Nickita Longman

    Nickita Longman is from the George Gordon First Nation on Treaty 4 but has spent most of her life in Regina. Nickita graduated from the First Nations University of Canada with a BA in English in 2013. She is the Indigenous program coordinator for the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild, a freelance writer, and a Briarpatch board member.

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  • Jill MacIntyre

    Jill MacIntyre

    Jill MacIntyre is an Islander who recently graduated from Mount Allison University with a degree in international relations. When she isn’t studying food sovereignty movements, she enjoys gardening, reading, and swimming in the ocean for hours on end.

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  • Phillip Dwight Morgan

    Phillip Dwight Morgan

    Phillip Dwight Morgan is a freelance writer, researcher, and musician living in Toronto. He writes poetry and prose, seeking to explore questions of race, identity, and belonging in his work. He is completing a PhD in Canadian urban history at McMaster University and views writing as an opportunity to speak truth to power.

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  • Gwendolyn Muir

    Gwendolyn Muir

    Gwendolyn Muir is an organizer based in Montréal/Tiohtià:ke on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territories. She grew up in the farming region of Montérégie, on Wabanahkik lands split by the ever-maintained US – Canada border. You can get in touch with her at gwendolyn.madriguera@gmail.com.

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  • Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay

    Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay

    An immigrant who made Tio’tia:ke (Montréal) home, Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay is a family doctor in Eeyou Istchee (the Cree territories of James Bay). He is co-coordinator of the Canadian chapter of the People’s Health Movement, and a volunteer physician for the Montreal programs of Médecins du Monde.

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  • Nicholas Olson

    Nicholas Olson

    Nicholas Olson is the author of A Love Hat Relationship, a photobook of collectable prairie hats; and a series of illustrated zines with accompanying audiobook narrations. More can be found at ballsofrice.com. He lives in Treaty 4 Territory.

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  • Hans Rollman

    Hans Rollman

    Hans Rollmann is a writer, editor, and broadcaster based in St. John’s, NL. He’s an editor with TheIndependent.ca, a contributing editor with PopMatters, and program director at CHMR-FM, a community radio station. He has a background in labour organizing, student activism, and archaeology.

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  • Emma Steen

    Emma Steen

    Emma Steen got her BA in art history from NSCAD University and will begin her master’s in contemporary art history with a focus in Indigenous art history and visual culture at OCAD University this fall. Emma is currently working with the Inuit Art Foundation in Toronto.

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  • James Wilt

    James Wilt

    James Wilt is a freelance journalist based in Winnipeg. He regularly contributes to DeSmog Canada and has also written for VICE Canada, National Observer, Canadian Dimension, Rank & File, and Geez. He tweets at @james_m_wilt.

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