Tony Di Nardo
Antony Di Nardo has written four other books of poetry. His work appears widely in journals and anthologies across Canada and internationally, and has been translated into French, German, Italian and Spanish. His long poem suite May June July was winner of the Gwendolyn MacEwen Poetry Prize for 2017 and was short-listed for a National Magazine Award. He spent the last years of a teaching career in Beirut where he launched his first book Alien, Correspondent, and he is an active member of the Canada Cuba Literary Alliance. Born in Montreal, he divides his time between Cobourg, Ontario and Sutton, Quebec.