Curtis LeBlanc was shortlisted for the Walrus Poetry Prize in 2016, received the Readers' Choice Award in Arc's Poem of the Year Contest and was shortlisted for CV2's Young Buck Poetry Prize. His writing has appeared in The Malahat Review, Eighteen Bridges, Prairie Fire, EVENT, Geist, Arc, NewPoetry.ca and Frog Hollow Press' The City Series: Edmonton Anthology. He's Managing Editor of Rahila's Ghost Press, co-host of Tonic Reading Series, Web Editor at Nineteen Questions and an occasional hockey columnist for NHL Numbers. He served as Executive Editor of Promotions at PRISM international in 2016-2017. His poetry chapbook Good for Nothing was published by Anstruther Press in 2017. LeBlanc lives in Vancouver, BC.