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Kees Kapteyn


Kees Kapteyn been published in such magazines as Wordbusker, Writing Raw, In My Bed, blue skies, ditch, Novella, Corvid Revue and Revolution 21 as well as several CAA Niagara poetry anthologies such as The Saving Bannister, Woven Words and Symbols, in which he received an honourable mention. He has also received an honourable mention in Ten Stories High, the CAA Niagara short story anthology. He has also self-published the zine “Rhododendron” and several chapbooks, including “A Hierarchy of Needs”, “Holocene” and “Coffee Salt”. Kees Kapteyn was raised in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, and now lives in Ottawa, Ontario, where he works as an educational assistant.

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