Zoë Landale has published seven books, edited two books, and her work appears in over forty anthologies. Her writing has won significant awards in three genres, including first in the Stony Brook University Short Fiction competition, National Magazine Gold for memoir, and first in the CBC Literary Competition for poetry.
She taught for fifteen years as a faculty member in the Creative Writing Department at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, British Columbia. Landale now lives on Pender Island with her husband and Golden Doodle where she gardens, writes, and crews on the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue boat.
Landale’s latest book of poetry is Einstein’s Cat, published by Wolsak and Wynn.