Sara O’Leary was born in Saskatoon and has lived in Montreal, Halifax and Vancouver. Her first book, Wish You Were Here, a collection of postcard stories, was published in 1994. She is currently working on a novel and several works for the stage. She has also had a number of stageplays produced across the country, and was editor of Prism international in 1996/97. Sara is the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards, including the Irving Layton Award and the W.O. Mitchell Bursary Award.
Jasmine Odor was born in Croatia and immigrated to Canada in 1993. She currently lives in Edmonton, where she teaches English and writing at Concordia University of Edmonton, and is at work on a novel. Her fiction and reviews have appeared in many Canadian magazines and anthologies, including The New Quarterly, The Malahat Review, Eighteen Bridges, PRISM international, and The Journey Prize Stories. In 2014, her story “His” won the Howard O’Hagan Award for Short Story, and silver at the Alberta Magazine Awards.