JAMES LAXER is a Professor of Political Science at York University in Toronto. An award-winning author and a former Toronto Star columnist, Laxer is the author of twenty-three books, including Mission of Folly: Canada and Afghanistan, Perils of Empire and Red Diaper Baby: A Boyhood in the Age of McCarthyism.
Mary Jo Leddy is the Director of Romero House in Toronto and a member of the Order of Canada. She is the author of Radical Gratitude, At the Border Called Hope: Where Refugees are Neighbours, and In the Eye of the Catholic Storm: The Church Since Vatican 11.
Lazer Lederhendler is a full-time freelance translator specializing in contemporary Québécois fiction and nonfiction. His work has earned him literary distinctions in Canada and abroad, including multiple nominations for the Governor General’s Literary Award, which he won in 2008 for the translation of Nikolski by Nicolas Dickner. Lederhendler is also a three-time winner of the Cole Foundation Prize for Translation awarded by the Quebec Writers’ Federation. His translation of the novel Malabourg by Perrine Leblanc is forthcoming from the House of Anansi later this year. Lazer Lederhendler lives in Montreal.
Andrée Lévesque is an award-winning historian specializing in the history of Quebec in the 20th century, the history of the left, and the history of women. She is the author of Red Travellers: Jeanne Corbin and her Comrades and Madeleine Parent: Activist
David W. Lewis is recognized internationally as one of the last surviving masters of the pigment-control process of bromoil and transfer. His photographs have been exhibited internationally and published in numerous books and magazines including Photo Techniques, View Camera, Camera Canada, Photo Life and more. He is the recipient of the prestigious Kodak Gallery Award.