kevin andrew heslop

  writer.  |  director.  |  interviewer.  |  actor.  

Kevin Andrew Heslop (b. 1992) is a polydisciplinary doofus from where Deshkan Ziibi antlers unceded through London Township Purchase [sic] territory.

His work as a poet, journalist, filmmaker, curator, and playwright has recently appeared or is forthcoming

with The Fiddlehead (2020), Anstruther Press (2020), The Quarantine Review (2021), and Collusion Books (2021); The Devil’s Artisan (2021) and The /temz/ Review (2021); ArtLab Gallery (2021) and Museum London (2022); McIntosh Gallery (2022) and Westland Gallery (2023); and TAP Centre for Creativity (2022).

Kevin's debut full-length collection of poetry, the correct fury of your why is a mountain, appeared with Gordon Hill Press in 2021. His chapbooks, con/tig/u/us and there is no minor violence just as there is no negligible cough during an aria, appeared with Blasted Tree Art Collective and Frog Hollow Press in 2018 and 2019 respectively. 

As an actor, Kevin has performed leading roles in plays including Antigone (TAP, 2017), The Taming of the Shrew (McManus, 2017), and New Jerusalem (TAP, 2019) and has studied theatre in Stratford, Ontario, as well as London and Stratford-upon-Avon, England.