Daniel Jones was born in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1959 and died in Toronto in 1994. In between, he worked as a dishwasher, cook, caretaker, editor, and writer. Jones left behind several volumes of highly acclaimed and
controversial poetry and fiction, including The Brave Never Write Poetry (Coach House Press, 1985) and The People One Knows (Mercury Press, 1994).
Liz Worth is the author of two books, Treat Me Like Dirt: An Oral History of Punk in Toronto and Beyond, and Amphetamine Heart, and a chapbook called Eleven: Eleven. She doesn't have any cats, kids, or husbands.
Kevin Connolly has published four acclaimed collections of poetry, the most recent of which is Revolver (Anansi, 2008). He works in Toronto as a freelance editor and arts journalist, and since 2007 has been poetry editor at Coach House Books.