Brian Henderson is the author of ten volumes of poetry, the most recent of which, Sharawadji (Brick Books, 2011), was nominated for the Canadian Authors Association
Award for Poetry. His 2007 book Nerve Language (Pedlar Press) was a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award. Henderson’s work, both critical and poetic, has appeared in a number of literary journals. He holds a PhD in Canadian literature, is the director of WLU Press, and lives in Markdale, Ontario, with his wife, Charlene Winger.