No. 9 - Labour
CURRENT GUEST EDITOR
ANAHITA JAMALI RAD
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. Informed by anti-imperialist materialist theory, Jamali Rad’s work is founded on materialist histories, affect, ideology, violence, class, collectivity, desire, place, displacement, and silence.
Jamali Rad has exhibited and performed across Canada and the US, and in the UK and Turkey. 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.
PREVIOUS GUEST EDITORS
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.