David Huebert is the author of the poetry collection We Are No Longer The Smart Kids In Class (Guernica, 2015). His poetry has won the After Al Purdy Poetry Contest and appeared in journals such as Event, Vallum, Matrix, Prairie Fire, CV2, and Poetry is Dead. In the summer of 2015, David’s fiction won first prize in The Dalhousie Review’s short story contest and The Antigonish Review’s Sheldon Currie Short Fiction Prize. His story “Enigma” won the 2016 CBC Short Story Prize. Originally from Halifax, David is currently pursuing a PhD in English at Western University and working on a second poetry collection.