Alison Dyer’s poetry and short stories are published in The Fiddlehead, Riddle Fence, Grain, 3 Elements Literary Review, The Newfoundland Quarterly, Rhythm Poetry Magazine, The Feathertale Review, The Nashwaak Review, Grimm Magazine, the Cuffer Anthology, WDRC’s Phoenix Anthology and LCP’s forthcoming Tree Anthology. Her writings have twice won the NL Arts & Letters Awards, and her first published collection, I’d Write the Sea Like a Parlour Game, is a finalist for the J.M. Abraham Poetry Award. Dyer has an M.Sc. in physical geography, grew up in England and Quebec, and now lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland.