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—Martina Treur

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Martina Treur (she/her) a 21-year old, 3-year Bachelor of Arts – English Concentration student with future plans of teaching high school, who is living near Woodstock, Ontario. On a personal note, Martina was born in the Netherlands and is the second oldest of 9 children. … Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Classic Literature

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—Katherine

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Katherine (she/her) from Lethbridge, Alberta, who is a double major student in Psychology and Anthropology hoping to continue to a masters of counseling.  Katherine stated, “In the spirit of respect, reciprocity, and truth, we honour and acknowledge Moh’kinsstis, and the traditional Treaty 7 territory and oral practices of the… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Classic Mexican Literature

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 »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Spring

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—Katrina Felske

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Kartina Felske (she/her), an Ontario student, currently pursuing a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Gender Studies. Located in the Ottawa Valley, this firefighter, wife, and mother of three boys has already completed two Diplomas, including Early Childhood Education in 2008 from Algonquin College, as… Read more »

Minds We Meet—Ty-Lili 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—Isabel Allande

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 »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Winter

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—Delaney Curry

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Delaney Curry (he/him), a Bachelor of General Studies student living in Calgary, Alberta.  Delaney stated, “In the spirit of reconciliation, I would like to acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the… Read more »