The Toronto Review of Books publishes intermittent digital writing about print, Internet, e-books, street corners, festivals, songs, thoughts, Toronto, and other artworks. Books and Toronto are our inspiration and home base, but we publish on all sorts of things from all sorts of places. Tasting Menu (2013) is a print anthology of some of our best work.
Editor-in-Chief: Jessica Duffin Wolfe
Jessica Duffin Wolfe is a Professor of Digital Communications and Journalism at Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus in Toronto and an editorial web developer at Colour Story. Previously she taught the history of printing and graphic design at the Ontario College of Art and Design University, and the history of novels and reading at the University of Toronto. She founded The Toronto Review of Books in 2011.
Managing Editor: Damian Tarnopolsky
Damian Tarnopolsky is the author of two books: the novel Goya’s Dog, a finalist for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize and the Amazon.ca First Novel Award, and the short fiction collection Lanzmann and Other Stories. He teaches writing and literature at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, and is the proprietor of Slingsby and Dixon, an editorial services company in Toronto.
Senior Editor: Kelli Deeth
Kelli Deeth’s The Other Side of Youth, published in 2013 by Arsenal Press, was short-listed for a ReLit Award. Her The Girl Without Anyone, published by HarperCollins, was chosen as one of The Globe and Mail’s Best Books. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia and teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto.
Poetry and Community Editor: Katherine McLeod
Katherine McLeod (@kathmcleod) teaches Canadian Literature at Concordia University and writes about poetry on the radio and interdisciplinary performances of literature. She holds a PhD in English from the University of Toronto and is finishing a book on CBC literary programs in the 1950s and 60s. Her research frequently takes her to the CBC Radio Archives.