Kevan Anthony Cameron, also known as Scruffmouth is a scribe, spoken dub poet, performer and proud co-editor of The Great Black North: Contemporary African Canadian Poetry. He is an international artist on spoken word stages as well as film and television. Scruffmouth aims to “edutain” with his work that focuses on knowledge of self, identity and sharing the stories of people of African descent at home and abroad. Kevan was born in Edmonton Alberta to Jamaican parents. He received his bachelor’s degree in General Studies from Simon Fraser University where he has studied history, philosophy, liberal and contemporary arts. He lives in Burnaby British Columbia and is a football coach that plays the beautiful game whenever he can. His last visit to Kenya was in 2007 where he directed Githunguri United into the Community Shield Tournament after training and selecting players in the upcountry. He is currently studying music, dance, history and culture as an inspiration to write autobiographical prose about a poet in motion