Sina Queyras is a writer and editor whose work tests genre boundaries. She is the editor of Open Field: 30 Contemporary Canadian Poets, and recently published a collection of essays, Unleashed, about writing, virtual community, and women artists. Her poetry volumes include Slip, Teethmarks, Lemon Hound, which won both the Lambda and the Pat Lowther Awards for poetry, and Expressway (Coach House), which was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award. She has lived across Canada, in New Jersey, Brooklyn and Philadelphia. Currently she lives in Montreal where she teaches and keeps a blog, lemonhound.com.