Denise Da Costa is a Canadian poet, novelist, and essayist whose work is featured in Subdivided: City Building in an Age of Hyper Diversity. She is an alumnus of the Humber School of Writers and 2017 Diaspora Dialogues program. Before earning her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from York University, she studied graphic design and paints in her spare time, showcasing her work at the annual Eden Mills Art Festival. She resides in the Niagara region with her husband.
Her debut novel, And the Walls Came Down will be published in June 2023 by Dundurn Press.
Denise is a DD 2017 Long Form alum and worked with Alissa York