Angeline Schellenberg’s poetry has appeared in Prairie Fire, CV2, TNQ, Rhubarb, Room, Geez, Wordgathering, Lemon Hound, and The Society, as well as in Cradle Song: a book of poems about newborns (Leaf Press). Her first chapbook, Roads of Stone (The Alfred Gustav Press), was released in May 2015. Her poetry was shortlisted for Arc Poetry Magazine’s 2015 Poem of the Year. She lives and reads in Winnipeg with her husband and their two teenagers. This year sees the publication of Tell Them It Was Mozart (Brick), a collection of linked poems that uncover the ache and whimsy of raising children on the autism spectrum.