Posts By: Karl Low

Natalia Iwanek

Natalia Iwanek (she/they) is a currently completing a Bachelor of Arts with a major in English and a minor in Political Science at Athabasca University.

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Mystery Authors

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—Briana Evans

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Briana Evans (she/her), a Master of Health Studies program—with a Leadership Focus—student from central Alberta.  Post-graduation, Briana plans “to continue to work toward [her] goal of being a successful health leader and help implement positive transformational system change into our health care system.” On a… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—The Gothic Novel

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 »

Inside AU Events: Developing Your Research Series

At times, it can be difficult to find a sense of community in the AU digital sphere.  However, AU has many events occurring on a consistent basis.  These range from style guide tips for assignments to research tips and tricks. This Voice Magazine writer recently had a chance to attend a new AU research-focused series…. Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—Southern Gothic

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—American Gothic

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–Jennifer Betke

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Jennifer Betke (she/her), a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Psychology student from Saskatchewan.  In particular, this busy student lives with her “husband and 3 kids in a hamlet near the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border” and plans “to get a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology.”  Over time, Jennifer… Read more »

Beyond Literary Landscapes—The Dictator Novel

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 »

Best of Beyond Literary Landscapes—Death and Dying

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 »

Best Of Minds We Meet—David Story

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with David Story (he/him), a Faculty of Humanities Major with a Minor in Philosophy from Toronto, Ontario. On a personal note, David let us know that he is “a professional musician and educator.”  He continued, “Previously, I spent 4 decades in the entertainment industry as a… Read more »