Kim Fu and Geoffrey Nilson

December 20, 2017

KIM FU

Kim Fu's first poetry collection, How Festive the Ambulance, received a starred review from Publisher's Weekly and includes a National Magazine Awards Silver Medal Winner and a Best Canadian Poetry selection. She is also the author of the novels For Today I Am a Boy (2014) and the Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore (forthcoming February 2018), and her nonfiction has appeared in the Times Literary Supplement, the New York Times, Hazlitt, Maisonneuve, and the Atlantic. Originally from Vancouver, Fu now lives in Seattle, Washington.

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GEOFFREY NILSON

Geoffrey Nilson's is a writer, editor and multimedia artist living in New Westminster on the unceded territories of the Qayqayt First Nation. His poems and essays have appeared in publications such as Poetry is Dead, The Capilano Review, Event, Lemon Hound, and CV2. Nilson is a contributing editor for Arc Poetry Magazine, and his most recent chapbook, In my ear continuously like a stream, was recently published with above/ground press.

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