Carolin Huang is a writer, archivist, and academic living in Montreal. In 2019, she participated in the Banff Centre Emerging Writers Intensive and the Jack Kerouac Summer Writing Program.
The inaugural Guest Editorship is a component of QWF’s new Fresh Pages initiative, and is designed to help an aspiring literary artist who is Black, Indigenous, or a person of colour develop skills in selecting and editing work for a literary journal.
The editorship goes to a Quebec-based writer who shows promise and has demonstrated an interest in contemporary poetry and in the editing of a literary journal, but who has not yet had an opportunity to work as an editor. The successful candidate will be mentored by Marcela Huerta, the poetry editor of carte blanche, and will help to curate the poetry section of the Winter 2020 issue of the journal. They will receive a modest honorarium and a free one-year membership in QWF.
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