2021 Windham-Campbell laureate, CANISIA LUBRIN, is a writer, editor and teacher. Her books are Voodoo Hypothesis (W&W,‘17)Code Noir (Knopf, ’23), and The Dyzgraphxst (M&S, ‘20) which was listed for nine book prizes, including winner of the 2021 OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature, the Griffin Poetry Prize, Derek Walcott Prize, and finalist for the Governor General’s Award and Trillium Book Award for Poetry. She has been Writer in Residence at Queen’s University and was appointed the inaugural Shaftesbury Writer in Residence at Victoria College, University of Toronto. Poetry editor at McClelland & Stewart, Lubrin completed a BA at York University and an MFA at University of Guelph.