Claire Kelly is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick's MA in English program. She is working on her first poetry collection titled Maunder, which is about the physical and imaginative act of walking. She currently lives and writes in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where she is one of the poetry editors of The Fiddlehead, Canada's longest living literary journal.
The Malahat Review, established in 1967, is among Canada's leading literary journals. Published quarterly, the journal presents international and contemporary works of poetry and fiction, and reviews of new publications by Canadian authors.
Dedicated to excellence in writing, our aim is to discover promising new writers and publish their work alongside that of the best established writers, to present work accurately and attractively to readers, and to increase awareness of Canadian writing in general.The Malahat Review