ELIZABETH HERRON writes and practises psychotherapy in Sebastopal, California.
DAVIDE PAN studied in the studio art programme at Capilano College and then at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice. He has had many solo exhibitions in Vancouver, Seattle, Kobe, Venezia, and Verona.
JOHN PASS teaches at Capilano College. His most recent book, from Coach House Press, is An Arbitrary Dictionary.
ROBERT BLAKE studied photography with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind at the Rhode Island School of Design. His silver prints have been exhibited in New York and Los Angeles. He has a three year photo-documentary in progress with the working title, Crowds, and currently is on assignment for Kodak in the Carribean.
HART HANSON lives and writes in Vancouver. He has had stories published by The Malahat Review and scripts produced by the CBC. His novel, The Last Gypsy Summer, won the National Norma Epstein Award.
GARY HYLAND teaches, writes and edits in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Recent publications include a book of poems, Street of Dreams (Coteau, 1984), and a collection of Saskatchewan poetry, A Sudden Radiance (Coteau, 1987), co-edited with Lorna Crozier.
JOHN DONLAN is an editor with Brick Books in London, Ontario. His poetry and criticism appear in The Antigonish Review, Arc, Canadian Forum, Canadian Literature, CV2, event. Fiddlehead, and other publications.