Writer/Editor and Community Manager
|Ryan Drew Hayward
Columns: Career Tips, Creative Tips, Around the Creative World, Reviews, Interviews, CAC Kids, Tutorials, New Canadian Music Mondays, Today in Canadian Art History, Daily Muse (Creative Prompts)
Desirée Ossandon (Desirée O / D. Cole Ossandon) is a writer and multi-disciplinary artist as well as the founder, Writer/Editor and Community Manager of Canada Arts Connect and Canada Arts Connect Magazine. Her work is often experimental – exploring culture, society, and human nature – and has appeared in publications including Shameless Magazine, Matrix Magazine, Branch Magazine, The Incongruous Quarterly, ditch, and Steel Bananas. www.DesireeO.com @DesireeO.
Ryan B. Patrick
Column: Check back soon!
(Former column: URBAN/intersection)
Ryan B. Patrick is a Toronto-based writer and music journalist who has contributed to a number of national media outlets (print, online, radio) including Exclaim! Magazine, Huffington Post Canada, Sway Magazine, BlogTO.com, NOW Magazine, and CBC Music. His interests include being immersed in and documenting the Canadian arts and culture scene. www.urbanguy.net
Column: Check back soon!
(Former column: Artistic Fusion)
Carly Maga is a freelance journalist based in Toronto, Canada, mainly covering the city’s arts and culture beat and reviewing its world-renowned theatre industry. Carly is currently a staff writer and critic for Torontoist, contributor, columnist and critic for The Grid, and entertainment blogger for Yahoo! Canada. She has written for The Globe and Mail, Hazlitt, Toronto Standard, Toronto.com, The A.V. Club Toronto, OpenFile Toronto, AUX, and more. Carly is also an experienced social media copywriter and campaign manager, currently working and consulting on a freelance basis.
Column: Out of the Burbs, Flipping the Page
Jaclyn is a communications and social media professional in Mississauga, ON. She is also an avid reader and former bookseller who writes book reviews on her blog in her spare time.
Follow her on Twitter: @jacqua83. http://literarytreats.
Catherine Romano is a Toronto based writer and photographer, and former dancer. With a focus on dance subcultures, such as the house party scene, burlesque showcase, and street dance battle, Catherine is most interested in performances that take place outside the traditional theatre environment. Visit her blog www.sweetspectacle.com or follow her on twitter @catromano..
Past Columnists & Contributors
|Amanda Bazin||Christina Gunn||Stacey Perlin|