Posts By: Karl Low

Natalia Iwanek

Natalia Iwanek (she/they) is a currently completing her Bachelor of Arts with a minor in Political Science in English at Athabasca University. Natalia is currently located on the traditional territories Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabeg, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat Peoples

Minds We Meet—Miss Patel

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Miss Patel (she/her), a  21-year old Bachelor of Management student currently residing in Edmonton, Alberta.  Born in India, she “lived in Toronto for couple of years,” before moving to Edmonton four-years ago.  She continued, “Honestly, I am not happy with Edmonton because it’s too dead. … Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—History

From my early beginnings as a young introvert, the public library has always been a bit of a refuge.  Years later, not much has changed, albeit with an additional affinity for endless hours spent scouring second-hand bookstores to add to my ever-growing “to-read” pile. From one bookworm to another, this column underscores and outlines various… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Political Science

From my early beginnings as a young introvert, the public library has always been a bit of a refuge.  Years later, not much has changed, albeit with an additional affinity for endless hours spent scouring second-hand bookstores to add to my ever-growing “to-read” pile. From one bookworm to another, this column underscores and outlines various… Read more »

Minds We Meet—Jessica Young

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Jessica Young (she/her), a recent Human Resources and Labour Relations graduate currently residing in Calgary.  Jessica stated, “In the spirit of reconciliation, I acknowledge that I live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe… Read more »

Minds We Meet—Interviewing Ty-Lily Bussi

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Ty-Lily Bussi, a 19-year old Labour Studies student residing in a small town near Niagara Falls, Ontario, who hopes to become a lawyer. On a personal note, Ty let The Voice Magazine know, “I come from an Italian immigrant family and we live about 15… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Irony

From my early beginnings as a young introvert, the public library has always been a bit of a refuge.  Years later, not much has changed, albeit with an additional affinity for endless hours spent scouring second-hand bookstores to add to my ever-growing “to-read” pile. From one bookworm to another, this column will be underscoring and… Read more »

Minds We Meet—Interviewing Alixis Rath

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Alixis Rath (she/her), a 19-year old student enrolled in the University Certificate of Accounting program, who has plans to “continue into a Bachelor of Commerce,” followed by “a long-term goal of creating [her] own Bookkeeping business.”  She currently resides, and—along with her 4 siblings—was born… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapse—Allegory

From my early beginnings as a young introvert, the public library has always been a bit of a refuge.  Years later, not much has changed, albeit with an additional affinity for endless hours spent scouring second-hand bookstores to add to my ever-growing “to-read” pile. From one bookworm to another, this column will be underscoring and… Read more »

Minds We Meet—Interviewing Angela Berg

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Angela Berg (she/her), a Sociology major originally from Ponoka, she is now raising her family and attending school in Stettler, Alberta.  “I am a mother to two beautiful children and that is my favorite part of my life.  I am also happily married to an… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Afrofuturism

From my early beginnings as a young introvert, the public library has always been a bit of a refuge.  Years later, not much has changed, albeit with an additional affinity for endless hours spent scouring second-hand bookstores to add to my ever-growing “to-read” pile. From one bookworm to another, this column will be underscoring and… Read more »