Elizabeth Greene has recently retired from the English Department at Queen’s University where she helped found Women’s Studies, originated several courses on Women Writers, and was instrumental in introducing courses in Creative Writing. She has published poetry in the Queen’s Feminist Review, in Arms Like Ladders: The Eloquent She, the anniversary chapbook of the League of Canadian Poets’ Feminist Caucus, edited by Katerina Fretwell; in Kingston Poets’ Gallery, and ‘Scapes, edited by Diane Dawber (Hidden Brook, 2007). Her fiction has appeared in Descant, Room of One’s Own, Quarry and in the anthologies Vital Signs and Written in Stone. Her essays have been published in Prairie Fire, in First Writes, edited by Kelley Aitken, Sue Goyette, and Barb Scott, (Banff Centre Press, 2005), and on the Dropped Threads 3 website. Another essay is forthcoming in Double Voices, edited by Shannon Cowan, Fiona Lam and Cathy Stonehouse (McGill Queen’s, scheduled for 2008). She edited and contributed to We Who Can Fly: Poems, Essays and Memories in Honour of Adele Wiseman (Cormorant, 1997) which won the Betty and Morris Aaron Prize for Best Scholarship on a Canadian Subject. She co-edited The Window of Dreams: New Canadian Writing for Children (Methuen, 1986) with Mary Alice Downie and Mary-Alice Thompson and, as a member of Foxglove Collective, co-edited On the Threshold: Writing Toward the Year 2000 (Beach Holme, 1999). She is currently co-editing a chapbook, with Danielle Gugler, Common Magic: The Book of the New, to be published by Artful Codger Press in 2008.