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ANTILANG.

a magazine of literary brevity

 

MEET THE TEAM

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ALLIE MCFARLAND

co-founding editor

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JORDAN BOLAY

co-founding editor

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LISSA MCFARLAND

art director

CURRENT ISSUE

No. 9 - Labour
Spring 2021

CURRENT GUEST EDITOR
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TEA GERBEZA

Tea Gerbeza (she/her) is a disabled poet, digital and paper quilling artist based in Treaty 6 territory (Saskatoon, SK). She is a current MFA in Writing candidate at the University of Saskatchewan and holds a MA in English & Creative Writing from the University of Regina. Tea’s poetry has most recently appeared in Spring, antilang., and We Are One: Poems From the Pandemic. Her poems have won an Honourable Mention in the 2019 Short Grain Contest.

Tea’s paper art can be found at @teaandpaperdesigns

PREVIOUS ISSUES

No. 8
Fall 2020

PREVIOUS GUEST EDITORS
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SIMON BÖHM

ISSUE 4

Simon Böhm is an emerging German writer, blogger, and literary podcast host, living in Toronto. He holds an MFA in Writing from the University of Saskatchewan and has worked for Grain and Unthethered.

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JACLYN MORKEN

ISSUE 4

Jaclyn Morken has a BA Honours in English, and is currently com-pleting her MFA in Writing at the University of Saskatchewan. Her work can be found in anti-lang. no. 1, and Brink's Literacy Project's Dually Noted. Jaclyn writes fantasy and speculative fiction.

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IGPY KIN

ISSUE 5

Igpy Kin is a beleaguered queer non-binary rabble-rouser / writer /editor/designer/artist-wrangler born and raised on treaty 7 territory. They have two knees, three degrees, and one cat.

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KAITLYN PURCELL

ISSUE 5

Kaitlyn Purcell is a member of Smith's Landing First Nation. She is a PhD student in English and creative writing. She won the Metatron Book Prize for her novella ?bédayine.

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JESSE HOLTH 

ISSUE 6

Jesse Holth is a writer, editor, and poet living on Lekwungen territory (Victoria, BC). Her work has appeared in Grain, Room, Canthius, and other publications. She really loves the ocean. 

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ANAHITA JAMALI RAD
ISSUE 9

Anahita Jamali Rad is a text-forward artist born in Iran and currently based in Tiohtià꞉ke on the Traditional Territory of the Kanien’kehá꞉ka. They’ve written two books of poetry, for love and autonomy (Talonbooks 2016) and still (Talonbooks 2021), and co-run House House Press with David Bradford.