:: stonestone :: summer 2003 :: biographies


:: biographies ::


Bio forthcoming.



As for me, two books of my poetry will be published this fall: Locket, by Tupelo Press (http://www.tupelopress.org), and DaDaDa, by SALT Publishing (http://www.saltpublishing.com).



Jordan Fry is just starting out his literary career. He is currently enrolled in the English program at Brock University where he is an active member on the Harpweaverís poetry and fiction boards.



I am a writer living in Montreal. I hear machine language and try to digest it.



Dee Horne is an associate professor in the English program at the University of Northern British Columbia. She teaches creative writing as well as modern and contemporary literature. Dr. Horne has published numerous articles and book reviews in academic journals. She has also published poetry and given poetry readings. In addition, she regularly attends international conferences.



Susan Ioannou has published fiction, articles, and poetry in literary magazines across the country. Her most recent books are the poetry collections Clarity Between Clouds (Goose Lane Editions) and Where the Light Waits (Ekstasis Editions), the young people's novel A Real Farm Girl (Hodgepog Books), and the literary study A Magical Clockwork: The Art of Writing the Poem (Wordwrights Canada).



Several poems have been published in local literary magazines including Mohawk College's Kairos and Brock University's Harpweaver. Highly influenced by Canada's people's poetry tradition, particularly the great lions that are Layton, Acorn, Nowlan and Purdy.



Bio forthcoming.



Lynn Tait lives in Sarnia, Ontario. Her poetry has appeared in numerous anthologies and journals including Oval Victory -Hidden Brook Press, The Windsor Review, CV 2, lichen, Another Toronto Quarterly and Carousel. She received the Ted Plantos Memorial Seed Fund Award, was recently shortlisted for the Ray Burrell Award, and published her first chapbook "Breaking Away"- Wine & Cheese Press in 2002.