Posts By: Wanda Waterman

Wanda Waterman

Wanda Waterman is a poet, spoken word artist, blogger, cultural journalist, and digital nomad. She’s been writing regularly for The Voice Magazine since 2004, not long after she began studying psychology at Athabasca. Her poetry has been published in Descant, The Talking Leaves, Chizine, Our Times, The Best of Tigertail, and Pottersfield Portfolio and her articles in Design is Political, Rawckus Magazine, Coastal Life, The New Internationalist, This Magazine, and in her blog, The Mindful Bard. She grew up in Nova Scotia, but after having lived in New Hampshire and North Africa she’s now settled in Montreal.

Survival in the Garret—Gimme Shelter

Finding suitable housing on a low budget can be an adventure in itself, and an abode needn’t be expensive to satisfy your need for comfort, safety, privacy, health, and beauty. Being a distance learner opens you up to a vast realm of possibilities.  Because you can access coursework and tutors online and your materials can… Read more »

The Mindful Bard

Album: Holy Cow  (CD release 20 April 2018) Artist: Clothesline Revival Publisher: Paleo Music Conrad Praetzel accompanies a Moog synthesizer with slide guitar played on a 1937 Harmony archtop, crafting the most amazing instrumental tracks imaginable.  There’s a ghost in this here electronica machine: It sings of a new heaven and a new earth where… Read more »

In Conversation—with Mia LJ

Mia LJ is a young alt-R&B artist and producer, known for her multi-instrumentalist talents, her skill as a producer and audio engineer, and her precociously sudden rise to music career success. Exercising total creative control of her own works, the self-taught artist Mia also shares her gifts via projects with other artists.  She recently collaborated… Read more »

Survival in the Garret

Once again, the bohemian community extends a helping hand to students struggling to survive on a shoestring.  And really, who can better provide you with sound money management advice than those chronically low on funds? And who better to teach you about grooming than vain artists, always striving to appear interesting and appealing, developing their… Read more »