CANDACE DE TAEYE’s poetry has been published in CV2, Carousel, Echolocation, Feathertale.com and Joypuke. Her first chapbook, Roe, was published by PSGuelph IN 2015. Her debut full-length collection, Small Planes and the Dead Fathers of Lovers, was published by Vocamus Press in 2016.
For the last nine years she has worked during the day, and more frequently at night as a Paramedic in downtown Toronto. She lives in Guelph with her husband, young son, two dogs, two cats, four elderly tree-frogs and a very large tortoise.
Small Planes and the Dead Fathers of Lovers (Vocamus Press, 2016)
Roe (Publication Studio Guelph, 2015)