Rebecca Caldwell works in print and film. She is the magazine’s founding copy editor, a position she held from 1997 to 2002. Last updated winter, 2012–2013.
Julie Cameron Gray is the author of the poetry collections Tangle and Lady Crawford, which was shortlisted for the Pat Lowther Memorial Award. Her work has appeared in The Best Canadian Poetry in English, the Fiddlehead, Carousel, Vallum, Grain, and Prairie Fire. Last updated summer, 2020.
Nathan is a multidisciplinary artist living in Guelph, Ontario. He is known for his event and show posters, and has worked in the areas of comics, illustration, screen printing, storyboards, and, more recently, sculpture and toy making. Last updated summer, 2020.
Roseanne Carrara is the author of the poetry collection A Newer Wilderness and recently completed the manuscript of her first novel. Her writing has appeared in the Malahat Review, the Fiddlehead, and ARC. Last updated summer, 2019.
Lauren Carter is the author of Swarm, a dystopian literary novel—listed as one of the “Top 40 books that could change Canada,” by CBC’s Canada Reads program—and Lichen Bright, a collection of poetry. Last updated summer, 2015.
Sue Carter is the editor of Quill and Quire, and the books columnist for Metro. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Michael e. Casteels wrestles with robots in existential-crisis, dinosaurs that refuse extinction, alphabets in various stages of explosion/implosion, and many other serious topics, like century-long bus rides, and the way the clouds look right now. His first collection of poetry is The Last White House at the End of the Row of White Houses. He runs Puddles of Sky Press. Last updated summer, 2019.
Chris Chambers has been publishing poems—many of them about pigeons—in Taddle Creek since 1997. His latest collection is Thrillows and Despairos. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Sharon Miki Chan is a freelance copywriter and editor based in Vancouver. She is a graduate of Simon Fraser University’s Writer’s Studio, and her writing has been featured on Joyland, Loose Lips Magazine, and HGTV Canada. Last updated summer, 2020.
Michael Cho lives in Little Portugal, where he works as a cartoonist and illustrator. His work has been published in several Marvel and DC comics, the New York Times, Nick Magazine, Owl, Now, and Maclean’s. He is currently writing and drawing various graphic novel and art-book projects, in between posting stories for his Web comic, Papercut, and updating his sketch blog. Two of his stories from Taddle Creek were nominated for National Magazine Awards, one of which, “Stars,” from the magazine’s Christmas, 2007, issue, was awarded a silver medal. His work has been appearing in the magazine since 2000. Last updated summer, 2009.
Ann Y. K. Choi lives in Toronto. Her debut novel is Kay’s Lucky Coin Variety. Last updated summer, 2017.
Margaret Christakos lives in Little Portugal. Her works include the poetry collections Excessive Love Prostheses (Coach House, 2002) and Wipe Under a Love (Mansfield, 2000), and a novel, Charisma (Pedlar, 2000), which was short-listed for the 2001 Trillium Book Award. Last updated Christmas, 2002.
Michael Christie is the author of the story collection The Beggar’s Garden, the novel If I Fall, If I Die, and a forthcoming novel that may be titled Greenwood. He has contributed to the magazine since 2012. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Evie Christie lives in the Church-Wellesley Village. She is the author of the poetry collection Gutted (ECW, 2005), and her debut novella, The Bourgeois Empire, will be published in fall, 2010. Last updated Christmas, 2009.
Cole Closser is the author of the graphic novels Little Tommy Lost and Black Rat. A native of the Ozarks, Cole is an associate professor of art and design at Missouri State University whose work has appeared in a variety of publications, including The Best American Comics and Black Warrior Review. Last updated summer, 2022.
Kasey Coholan lives in Brockton. In 2009 she became one of the first two Taddle Creek protégés, and is now a contributing editor. Last updated winter, 2012–2013.
David Collier lives in Hamilton. His most recent book is Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey. Last updated summer, 2017.
James Collier currently is sixteen years old. He is the son of David Collier. Last updated winter, 2015–2016.
Joey Comeau lives in Chinatown. He is the author of It’s Too Late to Say I’m Sorry (Loose Teeth, 2007), Lockpick Pornography (Loose Teeth, 2005), and the novel Overqualified, to be published in 2009 by ECW. He co-creates, with Emily Horne, the photo comic A Softer World, which appears weekly in the Guardian. The first Softer World collection, Truth and Beauty Bombs, was published by Loose Teeth in 2006. Last updated Halloween, 2008.
Kevin Connolly is a poet, freelance editor, and Taddle Creek’s copy editor. His next collection, Xiphoid Process, is forthcoming. Last updated winter, 2016–2017.
E. M. Courtemanche lives in Christie-Ossington. She has been published in the poetry anthology Daybreak on the Land (National Library of Poetry, 1996) and hopes to publish an anthology of her own in the near future. Last updated Christmas, 1999.
David Craig is one-third of the Read More Comix collective, whose eponymous comic features the adventures of David’s signature character, Brick. Last updated winter, 2019–2020.
Rick Crilly lives in Downtown Toronto. He is the author of The Tablecloth Trick (ECW, 2007). Last updated Halloween, 2008.
Lynn Crosbie lives and writes in Parkdale. Her latest book is Liar (Anansi, 2006). Last updated summer, 2006.
Joren Cull is an illustrator and animator whose work has appeared in the New York Times, the Walrus, and the Globe and Mail. He received a National Magazine Award for spot illustrations in 2015. Last updated winter, 2016–2017.
Matthew Daley is a freelance illustrator and Taddle Creek’s in-house fiction drawer. His books include the self-published The Yule Lads, a Christmas-themed picture book, written with his wife, Lindsay Gibb. He has contributed to the magazine since 2009. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Andrew Daley works in the film industry. His second novel, Resort, was published in 2017. He was Taddle Creek’s associate editor from 2004 to 2009 and has contributed to the magazine since 1997. Last updated summer, 2020.
Peter Darbyshire lives in Vancouver. He is the author of the novel Please (Raincoast, 2002) and an editor of the Vancouver Province. He has contributed to the magazine since 2000. Last updated Halloween, 2008.
Claudia Dávila is the Toronto-based author/illustrator of the graphic novel series The Future According to Luz. Her latest picture book is Super Red Riding Hood. Last updated, summer, 2014.
Tim Davin lives in Little Italy. He has fond childhood memories of collecting CHUM Charts and listening to the Jungle Jay Nelson morning show. He lives with his wife, and two sons who don’t listen to radio. Last updated Christmas, 2011.
Brian Joseph Davis (1975–1993) lived in Parkdale. He died on the set of the film The Crow, after pretending to masturbate using a vacuum cleaner, not realizing it was plugged in. He is the author of Portable Altamont (Coach House, 2005) and I, Tania (ECW, 2007). Last updated, Halloween, 2008.
Trevor Davis lives near the Beach. He is currently working on post-production for a short film based on his story “The God Machine.” His first published poem appeared in the summer, 2003, issue of Taddle Creek. Last updated summer, 2006.
William A. Davison is a miniature Alsatian trapped in a soap bubble floating somewhere in the vicinity of Bloorcourt Village and… oh, look—there’s Steve Venright’s apartment way down there! A few of his works have mistakenly appeared in Rampike, Muse Apprentice Guild, Perpetual Motion Machine, and the Mercury anthology Surreal Estate. Last updated summer, 2005.
Kim Dawn lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. She is an interdisciplinary artist, and a graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Last updated Christmas, 2003.
Leesa Dean is a graduate of the University of Guelph's M.F.A. program and a creative writing instructor at Selkirk College, in British Columbia. Her first book is Waiting for the Cyclone. She lives in the Kootenays, on an acreage, surrounded by crashed cars and fruit trees. Last updated winter, 2019–2020.
Michael DeForge draws comics in Toronto. His most recent book is Ant Colony. Last updated winter, 2015–2016.
John Degen is a poet and novelist who currently is trying to work himself out of his day job so he can write more poems and novels. He occasionally talks about copyright. Last updated summer, 2018.
Nicole Dixon lives on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Her first book is the short-story collection High-Water Mark. Last updated summer, 2017.
Farzana Doctor was named one of “Ten Canadian women writers you need to read now,” by CBC Books. She co-curates the Brockton Writers Series, and her third novel, All Inclusive, will be published in the fall of 2015. Last updated summer, 2015.
Keneth Doiron is the former owner of Ken’s Fine Books, in Mirvish Village. Last updated Christmas, 1998.
Bo Doodley got her start in illustration with horror and lowbrow art. She was the first comic artist in residence at the Canada Comics Open Library. Last updated spring, 2022.
Philippa Dowding’s Lost Gargoyle series of books has been nominated for some of Canada’s top literary awards for children. Her next book is Jake and the Giant Hand. Last updated summer, 2014.
Catherine Duchastel lives in Corso Italia. She has been published previously in the zine Slam. Last updated fall, 2001.
Jack Dylan lives in Trinity Bellwoods. His work has been featured regularly in the Globe and Mail, The Walrus, and Toronto Life. He also creates poster designs for artists and bands, as well as his own series of fine art prints, and illustrates for print advertising. Last updated summer, 2011.