Stevie Howell is an Irish-Canadian writer and worker. Sharps, a first collection of poetry, was released fall 2014, and was a finalist for the 2015 Gerald Lampert Award. Poems from the book were finalists for The Walrus Poetry Prize and The Montreal Poetry Prize. Poems have also been anthologized in The Best Canadian Poetry (2014 and 2015 anthologies) and The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial journal, So It Goes (2015).
Stevie’s poetry has appeared in Eighteen Bridges, Geist, Hazlitt, Maisonneuve, Taddle Creek, and The Walrus. Critical writing has appeared in The National Post, The Globe and Mail, Quill & Quire, and The Rumpus. Stevie grew up in Scarborough, once owned a small-town bookstore, lives by the Mink Mile, works in a hospital, and studies psychology.