I live in Fredericton, New Brunswick. I am the author of two books of poetry: Terminal Moraine (Thistledown, 2008), and the chapbook Defining Range (Gaspereau Press, 2006. I’m an active and proud member of The Writers’ Union of Canada, a founder of the New Brunswick Book Awards, and have been involved with the Maritime Writers’ Workshop and the Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick.
I currently work at the University of New Brunswick as the Graphic Designer and Secretary of The Fiddlehead, an internationally-renowned literary magazine (where I also serve as Poetry Editor), and Studies in Canadian Literature.
On February 8, 2016, I was appointed to a two-year term as the City of Fredericton’s inaugural Cultural Laureate.
I live in Barkers Point with my wife Sherry Coffey, my son Wyatt, and cat Milo.
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