Brian Atkinson has worked as a professional photographer for the past 17 years. IHe has traveled to over 50 countries, but the nation that has captured his heart and imagination is Guatemala and the struggles of its Mayan people. Brian is a frequent contributor to Canadian Geographic., Equinox and The Globe and Mail. He has two books published by Nimbus: Fredericton and Fantastic New Brunswick.
Elizabeth Gamble Miller, Ph.D., professor emeritus, Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX, translates Spanish poetry, fiction, fable, and essay; is on the board of Translation Review, and is a corresponding member of the Academia Salvadorena de la Lengua. Publications include 15 bilingual editions of authors from Spain, Mexico, Central, and South America.
Nela Rio is an internationally-known Argentine-Canadian writer with several books published including Cuerpo amado/Beloved Body (Broken Jaw, 2002) and En las noches que desvisten otras noches/During Nights that Undress Other Nights (Broken Jaw, 2003). Rio lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Jill Valery is a writer and translator living in Fredericton, NB. She has written extensively on French Canadian literature, and translates from English and Spanish. Her publications include an essay in Anthology of World Literature by Women (Longman). Her translation of poems written by Fred Cogswell appeared in Ellipse magazine.