"Rob Taylor lives in Vancouver with his wife, Marta. He has been writing poetry since 2003 and his poems have appeared in more than thirty publications, including Sub-Terrain, Rocksalt and A Verse Map of Vancouver. He has released two chapbooks. The most recent,Child of Saturday, is based on his time spent living in Ghana in 2006-07. He co-founded Simon Fraser University's student poetry zine High Altitude Poetry, and One Ghana, One Voice, Ghana's first online poetry magazine. He is also the poetry editor at Red Fez. He likes to write poems about the #20 bus, swimming pools, and the BC Lions."
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Daniela Elza is currently a doctoral student in Philosophy of Education at SFU. She has more than 120 poems released into the world. This year her work appeared in Verse Map of Vancouver, Press 1, Vallum, 4poets (Mother Tongue Publishing, 2009) and is forthcoming in educational insights, Matrix, The Trumpeter, The New Orphic Review as well as the anthology Mutanabbi Street Starts Here (Red Hen Press, 2009). She lives with her family in Vancouver.
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