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leah

Leah Baade

jody

Jody Carrow

shannon

Shannon Horlor

terra

Terra Ogawa

linda

Linda Moran

ruthharris

Ruth Harris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Leah Baade

Co-Editor

 

Leah was published in the Claremont Review before completing a BFA in writing at the University of Victoria. Her poetry has been published in various Canadian literary journals. Leah currently works as a social media manager and freelance copywriter. In her spare time, she reads, writes, and designs and sews clothing.

 

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Jody Carrow

Editor-in-Chief

 

Jody's work has appeared in several Canadian literary magazines, including Grain and The Malahat Review (under her spy name: Jody Lesiuk). She has been a featured reader at many poetry events in Victoria, BC, and is a graduate of the Creative Writing Program at the University of Victoria. She is currently a writing coach at The Story Studio in Victoria. New to the editorial board at the Claremont Review, Canada’s thriving literary magazine of teen poetry, art and fiction since 1992, she is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with skilled young writers and artists from all over the world.

 

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Shannon Horlor

Co-Editor

 

Shannon is a Claremont Secondary School alumnus and former contributor to the Claremont Review. Encouraged by her high school teachers, she pursued her bachelor degree in Creative Writing and English at the University of Victoria. Shannon works as a speechwriter for the Province of British Columbia and also moonlights as a freelance social media consultant. In her free time, she enjoys painting and training her dog in search and rescue scent tracking in southern Vancouver Island’s rugged wilderness.

 

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Terra Ogawa

Visual Arts Editor

 

Terra has studied Art History and Visual Communication at the University of Victoria. As a business owner, one of Terra's key roles is Head of Design where she has overseen the creation of award winning websites and successful print ad campaigns and packaging designs. In 2010, Terra had the opportunity to curate the visual presentation for Team Canada at the World Barista Championship. She is looking forward to the creative inspiration that will come with reviewing graphic submissions for the Claremont Review.

 

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Ruth Harris

Co-Editor

 

After completing a degree in English and History at the University of Cape Town, Ruth worked as a political speech writer in South Africa and moonlit as a writer for a Literary 'E' magazine.

A sojourn in UK led her to explore the financial research world for a headhunting firm (derivatives are not as exciting as they sound…), before culminating in a one way ticket to Victoria where, happily, she feels more 'settled'. Her only wish is to receive more packages in the post and read more - and is thrilled that the Claremont Review may well enable her wish to be fulfilled.

 

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Linda Moran

Managing Editor

 

Linda retired from Claremont Secondary School in 2009, where she worked as a Receptionist for seven years. During those years she always enjoyed helping out with behind the scenes tasks for Tt Claremont Review, so when the position of Managing Editor became available she jumped at the chance to become more involved. For the past few years she has had the pleasure of leisurely sitting at her computer (often in her pj's), answering e-mails, constructing spreadsheets and generally trying to keep the editors organized.

 

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