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John Elizabeth Stintzi is a non-binary writer, artist, and editor who grew up on a cattle farm in northwestern Ontario. Their work has been awarded the 2019 RBC Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers, The Malahat Review’s 2019 Long Poem Prize, the Sator New Works Award, and has been shortlisted for the Amazon Canada First Novel Award and the Raymond Souster Award. JES is the author of the novels My Volcano and Vanishing Monuments, as well as the poetry collection Junebat. They are a poetry editor for CV2 as well as a writing instructor at the Kansas City Art Institute.
Interview / Entrevue
I never had to hide books from my parents when I was a kid, as my mom was a journalist and encouraged us to read, but I did occasionally read past my bedtime with the classic flashlight beneath the covers.
I don’t know that I have one, but the lines “I love / this garden in all its moods” from James Schuyler’s poem “Korean Mums” popped to mind immediately, and is as good an answer as any.
I am one aspiring to be the other (probably easy to guess).
Nightmares about how I’m failing an accounting class despite having never taken accounting and being long past being a student.
To be successful enough to be allowed to be a recluse.
Well, keep on browsing—there’s no borrowing limit here!
Eh bien, continuez - il n'y a pas de limite d'emprunt ici!