Chris Randle was born in Toronto and remains there still. He has written for The Globe and Mail, the National Post, The Comics Journal, the Toronto Standard (where he was once Culture Editor), Social Text, Hazlitt, Popdust and the Awl. In 2010, 2011 and 2012 he spoke at the EMP Pop Conference. A short story, “Approvals,” recently appeared in Little Brother. He has a supporting role of sorts as the only actual teenager in Margaux’s movie Teenager Hamlet. His Tumblr is Beau Travail, his Twitter is @randlechris and his email is quimper [at] gmail.
Margaux Williamson was born in Pittsburgh and lives in Toronto. She’s a painter and made a movie called Teenager Hamlet. Her work has been covered by Canadian Art Magazine, The Artfag, The National Post, The New York Times, among others. In 2010 she created the blog Movie Is My Favourite Word where she started writing about movies.
Carl Wilson grew up in Brantford, Ont., and got down in Montreal. Today he lives in Toronto. He is the author of Let’s Talk About Love: A Journey to the End of Taste (Continuum/Bloomsbury 33 1/3 series), a short book about class, Celine Dion and fighting about art. He is an editor in the Focus section of The Globe and Mail, and has written for that paper as well as The New York Times, Time, Slate, The Atlantic, Pitchfork, Toronto Life, Hazlitt and other publications. He frequently talks about culture in public, and is the doorman and music programmer for the Trampoline Hall Lecture Series. His former website was mostly about music and was called Zoilus.