Clay McCann is a doctoral candidate (ABD) in social anthropology at McMaster University. He earned his anthropology MA conducting fieldwork among marijuana workers in the southern interior of British Columbia (2014), and his creative writing MFA writing about their lives (2017). He studied craft under Tom Wayman at the Kootenay School of the Arts in Nelson, BC, and; anthropological fieldwork under Dr. Naomi McPherson, UBC-Okanagan. Recent work includes: Lead Editor, Cannabis in Canada: A Multidisciplinary Reader (forthcoming, UBC Press); Moss: A Journal of the Northwest 1.1, Canadian Literature #212, SubTerrain 61. See his complete chapbook collection, as well as audio recordings of live performances at claytonmccann.wordpress.com.
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