Emma Healey is a writer who lives in Toronto.
You can read her work in places like The LA Review of Books, the FADER, the Hairpin, Real Life, the National Post, the Toronto Star, the Walrus, Toronto Life, Canadian Art, the Daily Dot, Little Brother, Matrix, Joyland, The Puritan, Maisonneuve, C Magazine, Broken Pencil, the Void, CV2 and Lemon Hound. She is also a regular contributor to the music blog Said the Gramophone.
She was the Globe & Mail‘s poetry critic from 2014 to 2016, the recipient of the Irving Layton Award for poetry in both 2010 and 2013, a National Magazine Award nominee in 2015, and a finalist for the K.M. Hunter award in 2016.