Ink Movement Montreal
Anoosha has always had an insatiable desire to escape reality. It was a childhood trait that never seemed to fade out. If she were to make one wish, it would be to have wings to journey off the face of this planet and into the worlds of her stories. Her novel, The Keepers, was released by REUTS Publications in September 2014 and her short story has appeared in the Beyond the Binding Anthology, funds for which went toward supporting victims of the typhoon in the Philippines in 2013. When she's not writing, she studying accounting at McGill University.
Jenny is a science student with the soul of an English major. She is a spoken word poetry enthusiast and devotee of everything bittersweet. In her free time, she enjoys quiet libraries and thinking about the many reincarnations of a few fictional French revolutionaries from 1832. A truly telling fact: the only contest-winning poem she ever wrote was scrawled out in five minutes. Jenny is looking forward to working with the Ink Movement Montreal team for the second year as VP Internal.
McGill student by day and starving freelance artist at night, Lucy Zhou believes that one’s imagination is the greatest asset in life. She most often dwells in her own head, creating fictional worlds and murder mysteries that she might publish in the future. Through Ink Movement, Lucy hopes to encourage the creation and sharing of original ideas through writing and other forms of art.
Daniel studies English Literature at McGill University. Besides school he enjoys biking and playing music with his band. Daniel believes that writing skills are essential to anyone who wishes to express themselves.
Stephanie is a third year English literature major at McGill University who enjoys working her way through the infinite tomes of classic literature, going to literary events all over Montreal, and retreating into a Dickenson-like solitude from time to time to type away at her latest creative project.
Matthew Lakov Liberman
Matthew is actually a confused bunch of interests on each other's shoulders in a threadbare trench coat several sizes too small which has fooled a surprising of people into thinking he's a 2nd year Lit student at Dawson. Matthew also enjoys pretending to be a competent editor for the Creations Journal and benevolent dictator of The Blue Pen Poetry Collective.
Jahanara is currently a third year Immunology student at McGill University, and spends most of her time either thinking about biological puzzles or becoming deeply invested in the lives of fictional characters. A lover of coffee and words, she can often be found at one of the numerous cafes in Montreal, chipping away at her latest literary undertaking.
Victoria is a third year student at McGill, majoring in English Literature and minoring in World Cinemas. In her free time, she enjoys making short films and writing short stories. Her favorite part about both of these is working on the montage and editing. Victoria is excited to work as the French and English Editor with the Ink Movement Montreal team.