Darren Wershler-Henry is originally from Winnipeg, where in 1989 he co-founded the infamous zine Virus 23 with Christian Bok. He is the editor of Coach House Books and the co-author of five nonfiction books about the Internet. His essays have appeared in periodicals and books such as Postmodern Apocalypse and Semiotext(e) Canadas. His first collection of poetry, NICHOLODEON: a book of lowerglyphs, was published in 1997. His latest book is Tapeworm Foundry: Andor the Dangerous Prevalence of Imagination. Darren lives in Toronto.