Jeremy Stewart is the author of (flood basement (Caitlin Press, 2009), a collection of poems about growing up bad in Prince George, BC. It was short-listed in manuscript for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry (2008), as were Setwart's "Indeterminate Accumulations" (2011) and "longing (fragments" (2012). Stewart was the 2007 winner of the Barry McKinnon Chapbook Award. His work has also appeared previously in ditch, stonestone, Treeline/It's Still Winter, The annandale Dream Gazette, and in the Forestry Diversification Project Anthology (UNBC Press, 2006). He completed his English MA with distinction at the University of Northern British Columbia in 2010 and was nominated for the Governor General's Gold Medal. Stewart's creative thesis - an experimental, novelistic long poem entitled "In Singing, He Composed a Song" - was supervised by Dr. Robert Budde.