Antony Di Nardo
Antony Di Nardo is the author of six books of poetry. In addition to being a finalist for the CBC Poetry Prize, his work has won the Gwendolyn MacEwen Poetry Award for best suite of poems and was nominated for a National Magazine Award.
David Blaikie is a journalist and writer who grew up in Nova Scotia. He has published three volumes of poetry.
The mission of Devour: Art and Lit Canada is to promote Canadian culture by bringing world-wide readers some of the best Canadian Literature, Poetry, Art and Photography.
Don Gutteridge is the author of more than seventy books: poetry, fiction and scholarly works in pedagogical theory and practice. Don lives in London, Ontario.
Miguel Ángel Olivé Iglesias is Editor-in-chief of the Canada Cuba Literary Alliance (CCLA) magazine, The Ambassador, also Assistant Editor of, The Envoy newsletter, and CCLA President in Cuba. He is the publisher of SandCrab books and the Bridges Series of books. Born in 1965 in Bayamo, Cuba, he travelled to Holguín City in 1977 for his Junior, Senior High and College studies.
Mike Madill holds a B.A. in Psychology from York University. His poems have been published across Canada, including in a variety of periodicals. He was shortlisted for Freefall’s 2019-20 Poetry Contest
Richard M. Grove
Richard M. Grove, known to friends as Tai – The man of 8 Ps - Poet, Publisher, Photographer, Painter, President, Public Speaker, Potter and Person. He is the founding president of the CCLA. He is an author, editor, publisher.
Wendy Jean MacLean
Wendy Jean MacLean’s everyday life is rimed with numinous light. Her award-winning poetry explores the untold stories of ordinary objects like buttons and stones, and our deepest humanity.