Usman Malik

Usman Malik is a fourth-year student at the University of Toronto, studying English and Cognitive Science. Having been on the editorial board of yesteryear, he enjoys mulling over the numerous (and largely excellent) submissions and can now call himself a “literary aficionado” without a hint of irony.


Grace Ma

Grace Ma is a second-year student at Trinity College, pursuing a double major in English and Environmental Sciences. When she first started writing poems she put a line break after every three words. Now it's increased to about every seven. She calls both Winnipeg and Toronto home.  Her poetry has been published in The Trinity Review, and in the upcoming 143.1 issue of Acta Victoriana. She is very excited for the year ahead, here at the Review!


Duncan Morrison

Duncan Morrison is a fourth year Trinity College student pursuing a history specialist after detours in the Portuguese and International Relations programs. His writing has been published in The Varsity and The Trinity Review.   


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Antonia Facciponte

Antonia Facciponte is a third year student at the University of Toronto, pursuing an English Specialist and Creative Expression and Society Minor.  Her poetry is published in the current issue of Exile Literary Quarterly, and will soon be found in The Northern Appeal.


Ingrid Cui

Ingrid Cui is a first-year undergraduate student at Trinity College. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Half a Grapefruit Magazine, Ghost City Review, Poetry Institute of Canada, and The Trinity Review


Patrice Calancie

Patrice Calancie is a first year student at the University of Toronto where she is currently studying political science.  Her poetry and prose have been published in Voices Literary Magazine.

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Rachel Berger-Viflanzoff

Rachel Berger-Viflanzoff is a second year student at Trinity College pursuing a double major in History and Mathematics. Rachel is deeply passionate about art and its presentation, and she hopes to someday work in art gallery management. Rachel’s writing has been featured in UofT's independent student paper, the newspaper