Douglas Walbourne-Gough is a poet, editor and arts administrator from Corner Brook, Newfoundland. His poetry and reviews appear in Canadian Literature, The Capilano Review, CV2, Forget Magazine, Newfoundland Quarterly, QWERTY and Riddle Fence with new work upcoming in Filling Station and CV2. In 2010, he co-edited Humber Mouths 2: Voices from the West Coast of Newfoundland with Dr. Stephanie McKenzie. He also spent seven years (2006-2013) producing and emceeing The April Rabbit, an annual performance arts event that catered to emerging artistic talent in Corner Brook and surrounding area. Most recently, he’s completed an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia. He misses the ocean dearly.