June- Adele Barclay and Taryn Hubbard

June 21, 2017


Adèle Barclay’s writing has appeared in The Fiddlehead, The Puritan, PRISM, The Literary Review of Canada, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of the 2016 Lit POP Award for Poetry and Walrus’ Readers’ Choice Award for Poetry. Her debut poetry collection, If I Were in a Cage I’d Reach Out for You, (Nightwood, 2016) won the 2017 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. She is the Interviews Editor at The Rusty Toque, a poetry ambassador for Vancouver’s Poet Laureate Rachel Rose, and the 2017 Critic-in-Residence for Canadian Women In Literary Arts. She holds a PhD in English from the University of Victoria and researches modern and contemporary American poetry.



Taryn Hubbard’s poetry, fiction, reviews, and interviews have appeared in journals such as Canadian Literature, Room magazine, The Capilano Review, Canadian Woman Studies, filling Station, Rusty Toque, Poetry is Dead, and others. She has published two chapbooks, and lives in B.C.’s Fraser Valley with her partner and their two tuxedo cats. Taryn has been a member of the Room magazine’s editorial board since 2012.