Bee Quammie is a writer and the co-host of show Kultur’D, on Global News Radio. Her writing has appeared in Men’s Health, Maclean’s, Chatelaine, and the Globe and Mail. Last updated winter, 2020–2021.
Shannon Quinn lives south of Cabbagetown. Her work has appeared in This Magazine. She is a graduate of Ryerson University’s radio and television program, and also holds a degree in theatre from the University of Alberta. Last updated Christmas, 2003.
Michel Rabagliati has written several books featuring his character Paul, including Paul Joins the Scouts and Song of Roland, which both won the Doug Wright Award for best book. Last updated summer, 2017.
Patrick Rawley has appeared in This and the anthology The I.V. Lounge Reader. He first contributed to the magazine in 2001. Last updated fall, 2022.
Angela Rawlings lives in Kensington Market. She is the author of Wide Slumber for Lepidopterists (Coach House, 2006). Last updated, Halloween, 2008.
Michael Redhill is a poet, playwright, and novelist. His novel Bellevue Square won the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Last updated summer, 2018.
Friendly Rich is a mad composer. His modern music ensemble, the Lollipop People, recently released a new album, Bountiful, and are planning a European tour. Last updated summer, 2014.
Robin Richardson is the author of Knife Throwing Through Self-Hypnosis and Grunt of the Minotaur. Her work has appeared in The Best Canadian Poetry in English, Tin House, and the Malahat Review. Last updated winter, 2013–2014.
Sandra Ridley lives in Ottawa. She was a Fringe reader at the 2006 Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, and received an honourable mention for the 2006 Diana Brebner Prize. Last updated summer, 2007.
Ethan Rilly (a.k.a. Hartley Lin) is the creator of the comic Pope Hats. His first graphic novel was published in 2018. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Stan Rogal lives and writes in Toronto. His work has appeared in magazines and anthologies in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Last updated winter, 2020–2021.
Damian Rogers lives in Beaconsfield. Born and raised in suburban Detroit, her first book of poetry, Paper Radio, was published in 2009 by ECW. Last updated summer, 2011.
Janet Rogers is a Mohawk-Tuscarora writer from Six Nations of the Grand River. She works in the genres of poetry, spoken word performance poetry, video poetry, and recorded poetry with music. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Rebecca Roher makes and teaches comics. Her graphic novel, Bird in a Cage, won the Doug Wright Award for best book. She loves collaborating on educational comics and often contributes to the Nib. Her forthcoming book, One Hundred Year-Old Wisdom, is based on the lives of centenarians. Last updated summer, 2021.
Stuart Ross is the author of The Book of Grief and Hamburgers and 70 Kippers: The Dagmar Poems (with Michael Dennis). His third fiction collection, I Am Claude François and You Are a Bathtub, will be published this fall. He first contributed to the magazine in 1998. Last updated fall, 2022.
Cecily Ross lives in Seaton Village. She is a senior editor with the Globe and Mail. Last updated, summer, 2002.
David Ross edits fiction and cookbooks. His work has appeared on the Web zine Joyland. Last updated summer, 2013.
Linda-Marlena Bucholtz Ross
Linda-Marlena Bucholtz Ross is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Montreal. Many years ago she illustrated the original Dr. Zed and Henry characters for Owl and Chickadee magazines. Last updated summer, 2014.
Graham Roumieu is the creator of several faux Bigfoot autobiographies. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Harper’s, Esquire, The Walrus, and the New York Times. Last updated winter, 2013–2014.
Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg
Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg lives in Caggabgetown. She is the editor and publisher of Thirteenth Tiger Press and has published poetry in a variety of literary journals, including Pottersfield Portfolio, Cormorant, and Lichen, and is currently working on her first book of poetry. Her first published short story appeared in the summer, 2002, issue of Taddle Creek. Last updated summer, 2004.
Pete Ryan’s illustrations have appeared in Wired, the New York Times, the Walrus, and Scientific American. Last updated summer, 2014.