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Jamie Reid

Jamie Reid, was one of the five original editors of TISH, the Vancouver poetry newsletter that changed the face of Canadian poetry in the early 1960s. He is the author of four volumes of poetry, beginning with The Man Whose Path Was on Fire, in 1969. Prez was written in 1987 after Reid was absent for nearly two decades from publishing poetry while engaged in revolutionary political activism. It was followed by Mad Boys in 1997, and then by I. Another. The Space Between in 2004.

Laurie Ricou

Laurie Ricou is Professor Emeritus at UBC, where he taught Canadian Literature and Environmental Studies.
He coached girls’ and women’s soccer from 1979 to 2014. In 2012 he was honoured as the British Columbia Soccer Association’s Youth Coach of the Year. Ricou lives in Vancouver and is the author of six books.

Kevin Roberts