Zach Agnew is a Canadian writer that has spent his life being inspired by the rhythm of the world around him. He was born and raised in Calgary, a city with an uninhibited view of the Rocky Mountains. It was here he first learned to appreciate the harmony of nature as well as the rhythm of the concrete jungle. His writing attempts to bring these two together as he searches for the Lost Earth Song. After a long journey, he graduated in 2015 from the University of Calgary, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in History.
His poem Fleeting Stillness was selected as one of the judge’s choices in the 2018 Dr. William Henry Drummond Poetry Contest. His work has been featured in ArtAscent, an international art magazine; once as a Gold Writer for the poem The Empty Bowl and multiple times as a Distinguished Writer. His poems have also appeared in a variety of Prolific Press publications like Poetry Quarterly, Three Line Poetry, Tanka Journal and Haiku Journal. He was honoured to have a poem included in the Fire and Sky Anthology, which was created to help raise money for the Wood Buffalo Regional Library in Fort McMurray after the fire.