Jade Wallace is a writer from the Niagara Fruit Belt, currently working on an M.A. in Creative Writing at the University of Windsor. Their short fiction, poetry, and essays have been published, or are forthcoming, in Canada, the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Sweden, New Zealand, and India, including in Canadian Literature, Vallum Magazine, PRISM International, Studies in Social Justice, The Dalhousie Review, and Room Magazine. They are the author of several chapbooks, most recently the collaborative Test Centre (ZED Press, 2019) under the moniker MA|DE, and Rituals of Parsing (Anstruther Press 2018). They are an organizing member of Draft Reading Series, an editorial assistant at Carousel Magazine, one half of the collaborative writing partnership MA|DE, and they play ukulele in The Leafy Greens, a band whose music has been incorrectly described as “psychedelic stoner metal.” Regrettably, Jade was not the inspiration for the lascivious novel of the same name.
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