RJ Edwards is a writer, podcast host, and librarian. Their work has been featured in Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers, The Collection: Short Fiction from the Transgender Vanguard, Capricious, and the Queers Destroy Science Fiction! special issue of Lightspeed. RJ currently resides in Vancouver, with their partner and their ridiculous cat. Last updated winter, 2018–2019.
Danielle Egan lives in Vancouver. She is a freelance journalist and fiction writer. Last updated summer, 2010.
Sarah Elton lives in Riverdale. She is a food writer and the food columnist for CBC Radio’s Here and Now. Her book, Locavore, will be published by HarperCollins in 2010. She has also edited a fiction anthology, due from Cormorant in the fall of 2009. Last updated summer, 2009.
Karen Eull lives near the Queen Street West area. She is an emerging artist whose work has been exhibited in Toronto, across Canada, and in the U.S. She has also worked in arts administration at private galleries and public museums across Toronto. Last updated Christmas, 2002.
Cary Fagan lives in Dufferin Grove. His collection My Life Among the Apes was long-listed for the Giller Prize, and his short story “Shit Box,” from Taddle Creek’s summer, 2007, issue, was nominated for a National Magazine Award. His books for kids include The Boy in the Box, Mr. Zinger’s Hat, and I Wish I Could Draw. Last updated winter, 2014–2015.
Jesse Patrick Ferguson lives in Fredericton. He is a poetry editor of the Fiddlehead, and the author of Harmonics (Freehand, 2009). His work has appeared in a variety of journals, including Canadian Literature, the New Quarterly, Grain, Poetry, and Harper’s. Last updated summer, 2010.
James Finnerty is one of Taddle Creek's audiovisual producers. He is an audio engineer specializing in recording, mixing, and live sound. He earned a bachelor of fine arts with great distinction from the electroacoustic studies program at Concordia University and currently works as a staff engineer at Revolution Recording in Toronto. He is a member of the Audio Engineering Society and the Society of Composers Authors and Music Publishers of Canada.
Matthew Firth’s most recent collection is Shag Carpet Action. He lives in Ottawa, where he runs Black Bile Press. “Greeks” is his first story for the magazine. Last updated winter, 2012–2013.
Meags Fitzgerald is a Montreal-based illustrator and the author of the Doug Wright Award–winning Photobooth: A Biography. Her most recent book is the memoir Long Red Hair. Last updated winter, 2015–2016.
Lisa Foad is working on a novel, titled Hunting, and a collection of short stories. Her book The Night Is A Mouth won the ReLit Award for short fiction and a Writers’ Trust of Canada Dayne Ogilvie Prize Honour of Distinction. Last updated winter, 2019–2020.
Napatsi Folger lives in Iqaluit, Nunavut, where she works as a government policy adviser. Her first young adult novel is Joy of Apex. Last updated summer, 2017.
Beth Follett lives in the Annex and is the publisher of Pedlar Press. Her first novel, Tell It Slant, was published in 2001 by Coach House. Last updated Halloween, 2008.
Stacey May Fowles lives in Dovercourt Village. She is the author of two novels, Be Good (Tightrope, 2007) and Fear of Fighting (Invisible, 2008). She is also the circulation director of The Walrus. Last updated summer, 2012.
Brian Francis is the author of two novels. His most recent, Natural Order, was selected by the Toronto Star, Kobo and the Georgia Straight as a best book of the year. His first novel, Fruit, was a Canada Reads finalist and named one of CBC's one hundred novels that make You proud to be a Canadian. He writes a monthly advice column for Quill and Quire, and is a regular columnist for CBC Radio’s The Next Chapter. Last updated summer, 2018.
Elyse Friedman lives near Allenby. She is the author of two novels, Then Again (Random House, 1999) and Waking Beauty (Three Rivers, 2004), and the poetry collection Know Your Monkey (ECW, 2003). Her most recent book is the collection Long Story Short (Anansi, 2007). Her story “Lost Kitten,” from Taddle Creek’s Christmas, 2005, issue, was nominated for a National Magazine Award. Last updated Christmas, 2007.
Dayle Furlong lives in Dufferin Grove. She studied English literature and fine arts at York University. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Kiss Machine, the Puritan, Word, and the Voice. She works as a literary publicist and has worked as a screenwriter’s assistant for the Showcase television series Slings & Arrows. Her debut collection of poetry, Open Slowly, will be published by Tightrope in spring, 2008. Last updated Christmas, 2007.