Ryeberg Curators

  • Jeff Warren
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    Jeff Warren is the author of "The Head Trip: Adventures on the Wheel of Consciousness," a delirious neuro-romp through the sleeping, dreaming and waking mind. He is a freelance producer for CBC Radio’s "Ideas," a resident of Toronto’s Kensington Market, and an undisciplined reader of the mystic, the cryptic and the scientific. Jeff is currently working on a book about about meditation and the next frontier of human exploration. For more Jeff Warren, go here, and look for his writing in The New York Times, The New Scientist, Discover, The Walrus, Maisonneuve, The National Post and The Globe and Mail, among others.Go to curator page
  • Darren Wershler
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    Darren Wershler is the author or co-author of ten books, including, “The Iron Whim: A Fragmented History of Typewriting” (McClelland & Stewart, Cornell UP), and “apostrophe” (ECW), with Bill Kennedy, as well as, "Guy Maddin's My Winnipeg" (University of Toronto Press). Darren is Concordia University Research Chair in Media and Contemporary Literature, and is also part of the faculty at the CFC Media Lab TELUS Interactive Art & Entertainment Program. More Darren Wershler here.Go to curator page
  • D. W. Wilson
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    David is the author of the short story collection "Once You Break a Knuckle," and "Ballistics," a novel. His fiction and essays have appeared in literary magazines in Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, and he received the 2011 BBC National Short Story Award for “The Dead Roads.” David grew up in a small town in the Kootenay Valley of British Columbia. He currently lives in Cambridge, England. More about David here.Go to curator page
  • Peter Wolfgang
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    Peter J Wolfgang has a job that pays his bills and an apartment to live in. He helped start the literary journal New York Tyrant and is still involved with that from time to time. Peter lives with his wife Heather in Brooklyn, New York.Go to curator page