Bronwyn Haslam is a Montreal-based translator. Her translations have appeared in Avant Desire: A Nicole Brossard Reader, Asymptote, Aufgabe and The Capilano Review, among others. She holds a master’s degree in literature from the Université de Montréal and undergraduate degrees from the University of Calgary. With Aleshia Jensen, she co-translated Mirion Malle’s This Is How I Disappear.
Tracy Hurren is a senior editor at Drawn & Quarterly and works with Adrian Tomine, Lynda Barry, Kate Beaton, and many more of the world’s best cartoonists. She’s worked for the Montreal house for over ten years. She has an MPub from Simon Fraser University.
Aleshia Jensen is a French-to-English translator and former bookseller. Her literary translations include Explosions by Mathieu Poulin, a finalist for the 2018 Governor General’s Literary Award for translation; Prague by Maude Veilleux, co-translated with Aimee Wall; and graphic novels by Julie Delporte, Mirion Malle, Pascal Girard, and Camille Jourdy. Jensen’s own writing has appeared in This magazine and Weird Era literary journal.
Tom Gauld was born in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1976. He studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art. Tom works as an illustrator and cartoonist and has contributed work to The Guardian, The New Yorker, The Believer, The New York Times and Granta. He illustrated the children’s book The Iron Man by Ted Hughes and made a comic-strip cover for Penguin Books’ deluxe edition of The Three Musketeers. He has created a number of short comic books including Guardians of the Kingdom, Hunter and Painter and The Gigantic Robot. His comics have appeared in the three most recent editions of the comics anthology Kramers Ergot. Since 2005 Tom has made a weekly cartoon about the arts which appears in the Guardian’s Saturday Review section. He lives in London, England, with his partner and two daughters.