Myna Wallin lives in the Annex. She is the author of A Thousand Profane Pieces (Tightrope, 2006). Her work has appeared in The Algonquin Square Table Anthology, Blue Ruin, Eye, The Incredible Journey of the Instant Anthology, Pan del Muerto, and Just Us. Last updated summer, 2006.
Kelly Ward is the managing editor of a small, independent publisher and the author of Keep It Beautiful. She won the 2008 Lush Triumphant award for fiction. Last updated winter, 2016–2017.
Juliet Waters is a Montreal-based freelance writer and critic, and the former books editor of the Montreal Mirror. She currently is working on a book about a year spent learning computer languages. Last updated summer, 2013.
Shannon Webb-Campbell is a Mi’kmaq poet, writer, and critic, and the author of Who Took My Sister? Her first book, Still No Word, was the inaugural recipient of Egale Canada’s Out In Print Literary Award. She was the 2014 Canadian Women in the Literary Arts critic-in-residence, and defended Bearskin Diary, by Carol Daniels, for CBC Radio’s Turtle Island Reads in 2017. Last updated summer, 2018.
Georgia Webber is a writer and comic artist whose current project, Dumb, chronicles her severe vocal injury and subsequent (mostly silent) recovery. Last updated winter, 2013–2014.
Adrienne Weiss has contributed to the magazine since 2003. She is a teacher and a writer. Her latest book is There Are No Solid Gold Dancers Anymore. Last updated summer, 2019.
Darren Wershler-Henry lives in Seaton Village. He is a writer, critic, editor, and assistant professor of communication studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. He is the author of The Iron Whim (M. & S., 2005) and, with Bill Kennedy, Apostrophe (ECW, 2006). Last updated Christmas, 2006.
Jessica Westhead’s short story collection, And Also Sharks, was a finalist for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. She has contributed to the magazine since 2002. Last updated summer, 2016.
Kathleen Whelan lives in the Church-Wellesley Village. Her fiction has appeared in subTerrain, Blood and Aphorisms, Other Voices, Broken Pencil, and Front & Centre, as well as in publications in California, Ireland, and New Zealand. Last updated Christmas, 2005.
Zoe Whittall’s latest book is the novel Holding Still For As Long As Possible. Last updated winter, 2012–2013.
David Whitton lives in North Toronto. His debut collection, The Reverse Cowgirl, was released in 2011 by Freehand. His short story “The Eclipse,” from Taddle Creek’s summer, 2005, issue, was long-listed for the Journey Prize. He has contributed to the magazine since 2003. Last updated Christmas, 2011.
Steve Wilson lives in Trinity Bellwoods. Born in the dark years (the early seventies), he has been gainfully employed for some time in various design-related positions, including, but not limited to, photographer, comic artist, interior designer, children’s-book illustrator, TV-channel designer, painter, graphic designer, animation director, editorial illustrator, and character designer. Steve also likes Belgium. Last updated summer, 2009.
Christina Winchur lives in Bloordale Village. She is currently working on her first novel. Last updated summer, 2002.
Elana Wolff is a writer, editor, translator, and designer and facilitator of social art courses. Her latest poetry collection, Swoon, won the 2020 Canadian Jewish Literary Award for poetry. She has contributed to the magazine since 2000. Last updated winter, 2020–2021.
Mason Wright lives in Parkdale. Despite his lack of skills in producing such works, he has a great appreciation for short fiction and poetry. He is a Web publishing and print journalism jack of all trades. Last updated, summer 2007.