Hollay Ghadery is a multi-genre writer living in rural Ontario on Anishinaabe land. Her fiction, non-fiction, and poetry have been published in various literary journals and magazines, including The Malahat Review, Room, CAROUSEL, THIS, The Antigonish Review, Grain, and The Fiddlehead. Fuse, her memoir of mixed-race identity and mental health, was released by Guernica Editions’ MiroLand imprint in Spring 2021. Her debut collection of poetry, Rebellion Box, came out Radiant Press in spring 2023. Its title poem won The New Quarterly’s 2022 Nick Blatchford Prize for Occasional Verse. Hollay’s collection of short fiction, Widow Fantasies, is scheduled for release with Gordon Hill Press in spring 2024. Hollay is a member of the poetry editorial board of long con magazine, and the Fiction Editor of untethered. She is also the Poet Laureate of Scugog Township, and co-host of Angela’s Bookclub on 105.5 HITS FM. Learn more about Hollay at www.hollayghadery.com.