Aaron Schneider teaches in the Department of English and Writing Studies at Western University, where he also runs the Creative Writers Speakers Series. His stories have appeared/are forthcoming in The Danforth Review, filling station, The Puritan, Hamilton Arts and Letters, untethered, and The Maple Tree Literary Supplement. His first book, Grass-Fed, is forthcoming from Quattro books in the fall of 2018.
Amy Mitchell is The /tƐmz/ Review's social media editor (as well as a writing editor) and a college professor. She holds a PhD in English Literature from Western University. Her reading tendencies have been described as "promiscuous"; she is interested in a wide range of fiction and poetry, and particularly enjoys finding new and interesting works in translation.
Amanda Merpaw lives, writes, and teaches in Toronto. Her poems have appeared in Room and the Literary Review of Canada. She is a reader, peer reviewer, and editor for a variety of literary and academic journals. She holds an MA in English from Ryerson University and an MT from OISE/The University of Toronto.
Elizabeth Sak is an Honors Business Administration candidate at the Ivey School of Business, pursuing a dual degree with Creative Writing at Western University. Her poetry has been featured in OCCASSUS, Symposium, and Nom De Plume. In 2017, she received the Judge’s choice for the Alfred Poynt award in Poetry.
Kevin Heslop is a student of poetry. He organizes the London Poetry Open Mic and is the editor-in-chief of the London Arts Loop. His poetry has appeared in NOON: Journal of the Short Poem, Forget Magazine, and Baseline Press’s Translating Horses, and has won recent Poetry London and Occasus Literary Journal prizes. As an actor, he has appeared as Joseph Sweeney, Creon, Katherine Minola, and Jay Gatsby (forthcoming).