BIOGRAPHY

Jono Borden

Jono Borden is a Canadian author known for transgressive lyricism.

Borden’s voluminous outpouring is a smattering and smashing of many traditions, conjuring reactions as diverse and divisive as his influences.

Jono’s bibliography and discography comprises seven books and two discs, including his début poetry collection Simple Simony (2013), the verse novel Isaac & Iskandar: A Conquest in Verse (2015), the double album 7×5 (Uncut) (2016), his second poetry collection Between the Silver and the Mirror (2017), the novel Where the Willow Does Not Weep (2019), his occult library catalogue and esoteric bibliography Catalogus Librorum Impressorum Bibliothecæ Ionathani Bordenii (2021), his third poetry collection Diamond & Dagger (2021), and his first short story collection, Cor Hydræ (Heart of the Snake): Twisted Tales (forthcoming 2023).

As well, Borden’s talents have been in demand beyond traditional publishing and performance, manifesting successful expression individually and in collaboration, including songwriting, music production, and screenwriting. He practices ceremonial magic.