Contributors - July/August 2012
“When I was small, I used to tag along when my younger brother got his hair cut,” says Patricia Henderson, who writes about Kingston barbers in this issue. “It all seemed magical: the barber pole twirling outside the shop, the huge chairs, and the good-natured banter about local sports or the news of the day.” Patricia runs Writing By Design. Recently her stories about Kingston businesses were featured in Perspective Kingston (Globe and Mail) and her poetry can be seen in the new short prose/poetry anthology That Not Forgotten.
Ian Coutts is the author/co-author of five books, most recently Brew North, which appeared in fall 2010. His next book, The Perfect Keg, will be published in fall 2013. Ian’s writing has appeared in Toronto Life, Canadian Business, The Globe and Mail and elsewhere.
Currently dividing his time between Kingston and Toronto, John Bowen is a columnist and feature writer for Rue Morgue Magazine, Canada’s award-winning journal of horror in culture and entertainment. He’s also been pub- lished in the Whig-Standard, the Toronto Star and Famous Monsters of Filmland.
Contributing Photographers & Illustrators
Scott Adamson, Tim Alblas, Tim Forbes
Jasmine Almeida, John W. Bowen, Ian Coutts, Stephanie Earp,
Patricia Henderson, Josephine Matyas, Iain Reid, Alec Ross,
Lawrence Scanlan, Harvey Schachter, Christopher Waters, Taylor Weaver