JOSHUA LEVY is currently CBC's Writer-in-Residence, where he writes a monthly column on CBC's website. Levy's work has been published by the Oxford University Press, Vehicle Press, and in numerous Canadian (the Malahat Review, the Walrus, Feathertale Review, Prairie Fire, Event, Queen's Quarterly, Antigonish Review, etc.) and by international literary magazines (the Rumpus, Caribbean Reader, Oxford University Press, etc.). He has been a regular contributor to CBC Radio for the past three years (Wiretap, Definitely Not the Opera, Cinq a Six, Homerun, All in a Weekend) and a consistent draw at literary events, conferences, and podcasts. Levy has won the Carte Blanche/CNFC Creative Nonfiction Prize, SLS Fiction Prize, and CBC/QWF Writing Competition, and was shortlisted or longlisted for other literary awards, including the CBC Nonfiction Prize, Chester B. Himes Memorial Fiction Contest, Vallum Poetry Chapbook Competition, and Montreal International Poetry Prize. He has written articles for many of Canada's newspapers (the Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, the Canadian Jewish News, etc.). Levy divides his time between Montreal and Toronto.