Adriana Moraes: Featured Writer
Adriana’s not only a talented actress, but an even better writer.
Check out her pieces here: (Click here)
Beth uses her Alias to escape on MyCompNotebook, inspiring those around her and those who read her work.
Diana is currently studying Journalism at Ryerson, and is chillin’ on her Tumblr Fame Throne. I cannot stress how much I love her writing!
Diana’s Tumblr: http://hopefor-thehopeless.tumblr.com/
Diana’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianawsmith
Diana’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/dianawsmith/
Read Diana’s work here:
– “To The”
Kristina is studying English at Ryerson, wears oversized jean jackets incredibly well
and has a way with words.
Kristina’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/thymedout/
Read Kristina’s work here:
– Your French Needs Work
Lukas lyjak: Featured writer
Lukas is studying Engineering at Ryerson. Him and I telepathically co-ordinate our outfits, and I’m convinced my mom likes him better than me.
Follow Lukas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lukaslyjak
Follow Lukas on Instagram: https://instagram.com/l.lyjak/
Read Lukas’ work here:
– Theorem 1
Paige mcphee: FEATURED WRITER
Paige is a 3rd year Communication & Professional Writing student from U of T. Her blood-type is Chai-T positive and she would physically bow to more rap Gods than she is willing to admit.
Emily castrechino: FEATURED WRITER
Emily is a (soon to be) English Literature student, likes to pretend her life is a movie, and – in most scenarios – finds herself overdressed and well caffeinated
Find Emily’s pieces here: (Click here)
20 year old Torontonian. Firm believer in using stacked books as furniture, telling people how you feel by writing poetry they will most likely never actually read, and the Oxford comma. The only thing preventing me from spending all of my awake existence in cafés is the fact that I can’t bring my dog inside. Waiting for the day when I meet someone who gives me feelings equivalent to the ones I experience when I am reading my favourite book while drinking the perfect cup of tea.
You can find Erin’s posts (here)