Maurie Alioff is a film journalist, critic, screenwriter and media columnist. He has written for radio and television and taught screenwriting at Montreal’s Vanier College. A former editor for Cinema Canada and Take One, as well as other magazines, he is is a contributing editor and columnist for northernstars.ca. and is affiliated with the Quebec media industry publication, CTVM.Info His articles have appeared in various publications, including Canadian Cinematographer, POV Magazine, and The New York Times.
Yan Liang is a prize-winning journalist and translator based in Montreal with more than10 years’ experience working in Canada and China. She presently works for Radio-Canada International (RCI) as a host and journalist. She has been involved in several translation projects, including Arthur Miller’s autobiography Time Bends (2010, Shanghai 99Read), and the transcript of Stan Douglas’s film Journey into Fear (2004). Photo: Li Zhao
Kenneth Radu is the author of several books (fiction, poetry, and a memoir), the most recent being a volume of short stories, Sex in Russia (published by DC Books). A new collection entitled Earthbound is also forthcoming from DC in the not too distant future. He is currently working on a novel manuscript, other stories, and now and then enjoys writing something else. He lives near Montreal.
Photo: Joshua Radu
Guy Tiphane grew up in Laval and obtained an M.Sc. In Computer Science from Université de Montréal. He joined the founding team of Logitech, first in Switzerland, then in California, to write innovative software and to include users in the design of software and hardware. He obtained an M.A. in English Literature from Notre Dame de Namur University (Belmont, CA), winning the thesis award for his collection of short stories, Heating up the Fog. He lives in Berkeley.
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