Cody Caetano is a writer, editor, and teacher of Anishinaabe and Portuguese descent. He lives in Toronto and is an enrolled member of Pinaymootang First Nation.
Cody’s debut chapbook, Pleasure Dome Poems, was released in January 2019 through Knife/Fork/Book. His writing has appeared in PRISM International, BAD NUDES, Hart House Review, and elsewhere.
Cody teaches writing and literary citizenship workshops throughout the city and is an alumni of the 2019 Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Spring Writers Retreat, with faculty Liz Howard and Cherie Dimaline.
Cody co-edits Echolocation Magazine and has previously served as Editor-in-Chief of UTM Mindwaves: The Professional Writing & Communication’s Creative Non-Fiction Journal. During the summer of 2018, Cody served as a Programming Assistant for The Word on the Street, Canada’s biggest book and magazine Festival.
In 2019, Cody graduated with an MA in English in the field of Creative Writing from the University of Toronto, where he completed a manuscript under the mentorship of Lee Maracle. In 2017, he graduated with an HBA in Professional Writing & Communication and English from the University of Toronto (with Distinction).
In the fall of 2019, Cody will begin a ten-month appointment as the Contracts Administrator for the Transatlantic Literary Agency. He is at work on a second manuscript under the mentorship of Chelene Knight.