Executive Director: D.M.R. Bentley

D.M.R. Bentley is a Professor of English at Western University and the editor of Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews.
A specialist on Canadian and Victorian literature, he has published extensively in both fields. Among his publications are Mimic Fires: Accounts of Early Long Poems on Canada (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1995), a study of The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897 (University of Toronto Press, 2004), and an edition of Archibald Lampman’s Untitled Fragment of a Novel (Canadian Poetry Press, 2014).



Supervisor: Elizabeth Song

Elizabeth Song is  a graduate student at Western University with a BA in English Language and Literature and French Studies and a certificate in Business French. She is currently an MA student at Western University, pursuing a degree in Theory and Criticism. Elizabeth aspires to pursue a career in academia or law, where she can apply her knowledge from her degrees and bring diversity and influence to the community. Or… she could just adopt ten puppies.

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Web Manager: Jacek Orzylowski

Jacek Orzylowski is continuing his double major in English and Psychology, and is applying for medical schools throughout Canada. He hopes to combine his diverse interests and education to communicate fully with future patients as well as master the intricacies of the human body and mind. Jacek also hopes to participate in the literary world to do justice to his past and potential adventures across the world, leaving these stories for generations to come. Similarly, Jacek may just disappear into the jungles of the world to become a renowned shaman and medicine man, to eventually return to civilization to fix it of its materialistic woes. At present, he maintains a garden in his backyard to keep his options open.

current featured editorial assistant, amy wen

Featured Editorial & Web Assistant: Amy Wen

Amy Wen is continuing an Honours Specialization in English and Creative Writing, hoping to one day hone those skills and complete the best screenplay ever written. If that doesn’t work out, she plans to be a professional restless wanderer. As a backup backup plan, she can always try getting “a real job”.