...or works of mine that escaped the digital world and found a home in print.
The Ontarion (1997-1999)
The University of Guelph's newspaper. Began contributing during the summer before my final year of university, a year where I wound up spending a lot of time on the second floor of the University Centre. Mostly wrote arts-related pieces, plus a weekly archives column. After graduation, I served as Arts and Culture Editor during 1998-1999, a year which could best be described as a black comedy (and likely left me with a massive case of post-traumatic stress disorder). May write a lengthy account of that time someday. After moving to Toronto, I continued to write the paper's crossword puzzle until 2001. Current editions are found on the paper's website.