Leah Horlick is the author of three books of poetry. Her long-awaited, most recent collection Moldovan Hotel is available now from Brick Books. Leah's first book, Riot Lung (Thistledown Press, 2012), was shortlisted for a 2013 ReLit Award and a Saskatchewan Book Award. With JackPine Press, she wrote and produced wreckoning, a chapbook with artist Alison Roth Cooley. Leah's second collection, For Your Own Good (Caitlin Press, 2015), was named a 2016 Stonewall Honor Title by the American Library Association. That same year, Leah was awarded the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBT Emerging Writers. In 2018, her piece "You Are My Hiding Place" was named Arc Poetry Magazine's Poem of the Year. Leah lived on Unceded Coast Salish Territories in Vancouver for nearly ten years, during which time she and her dear friend Estlin McPhee ran REVERB, a queer and anti-oppressive reading series. After a few pandemic years on Treaty Seven Territory & Region 3 of the Métis Nation in Calgary, she's returned to where she grew up as a settler: Treaty Six Territory & the homelands of the Métis in Saskatoon.