Jade Wallace is a writer from the Niagara Fruit Belt currently working in law and trying to be a good Draft Reading Series collective member in Toronto, Ontario. Their short fiction, poetry, and essays have been published in Canada, India, the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Sweden, and New Zealand, including in Studies in Social Justice, The Dalhousie Review, The Nashwaak Review, Feathertale, A New Ulster, Acumen, The Chaffey Review, The Town Crier, Pac’n Heat: A Noir Homage To Ms. Pac-Man from AGP Books, Breakfast in a Day from Death Cookie Soup, as well as in chapbooks from Grey Borders Books. Rituals of Parsing (2018), a collection of poems, is available now from Anstruther Press. They are a member of the collaborative writing partnership MA|DE and they play ukulele in The Leafy Greens, a band that has been incorrectly described as “psychedelic stoner metal.” Regrettably, Jade Wallace was not the inspiration for the lascivious novel of the same name.
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