Camilla Grudova is a Canadian writer. She lives in Toronto and holds a degree in Art History and German from McGill University, Montreal. Her fiction has appeared in White Review and in Granta magazine. Her first collection of short stories, The Doll’s Alphabet, was published by Fitzcarraldo Editions in 2017.
Théodora Armstrong is a Canadian fiction writer and poet. Her work has appeared in numerous Canadian literary magazines such as Event, Prairie Fire, The Fiddlehead, Descant, The New Quarterly, and Contemporary Verse 2. In 2008 she won the Western Magazine Award for Fiction, and her stories have been included in both The Journey Prize Anthology 20 and Coming Attractions 10. Her first collection of short stories, Clear Skies, No Wind, 100% Visibility, was published in 2013 to great acclaim. Théodora lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with her husband and daughter. She is at work on her first novel.
Sheila Heti was born in 1976 in Toronto. She studied playwriting at the National Theatre School of Canada, then attended the University of Toronto, where she studied art history and philosophy. She is a writer, a journalist, a blogger, and a playwright. Heti is the author of seven books, including the critically acclaimed How Should a Person Be? (2012). In 2008, she created The Metaphysical Poll, a blog that collected the sleeping dreams people were having about Hillary Clinton and Barack Ohama during the Democratic primaries. The blog received hundreds of dreams and a lot of media attention. Heti is the former interviews editor at The Believer magazine, nd has been published in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, The Paris Review, n+1, The London Review of Books, and more. Her work has been translated into a dozen languages. She lives in Toronto.
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