May 20th, 2019: Dreamers Creative Writing Submission

Title: Emerging Igbo Mythology, Godlings, and Dissociative Identities

Format: Book Review

Magazine/Journals: Dreamers Creative Writing

Description: A book review of Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi for your consideration. It is an autofiction novel about Igbo mythology, gods, and dissociative identities.

Link: 
Emerging Igbo Mythology, Godlings, and Dissociative Identities: The Autobiography and Fiction within Akwaeke Emezi’s Debut Novel

freshwater book review
May 2, 2019: LinkedIn Article

Title: 5 Remarkable Ways to Build Your Personal and Professional Brand
About: Applicable methods to improve how you present yourself in leisure and professional settings

first linkedin article
May 1, 2019: English Drama Student Society (EDSS)

Journal: With Caffeine and Careful Thought: Madness
Version: Vol 5 (2019)
Contribution: Narrative Poem
Title: Her Varying Taste: A Cheiloproclitic Journal Entry
About:
A journal entry of a troubled man, who is obsessed with the lips of a beautiful woman and their potential deeds.
Links:
With Caffeine and Careful Thought: Madness

edss with caffeine and careful thought
March 26, 2019: UTM Scribes Slate Launch, Group Editing & Writing

As a marketing and outreach associate, I assisted with the book cover selection, formatting, selections of writers and illustrators showcased in the book, and launch and event management.


April – September 2018: Web Design & Copywriting (Contract Role)
Donate Copy
donate page
Project Page Copy

April 4th, 2018: “The Editing Solstice” Manuscript, Group Editing & Writing Assignment

This university manuscript reflects five writers coming together, five different voices trying to speak in unison, five different seasons trying to co-exist.

Group Members: Amanda Xavier, Andreanne Mukendi, C. Melvina Nwanna, and Kamila Fila

August 26, 2018: UTM Survival Guide Book, Group Editing & Writing

In the UTM Scribes (University of Toronto Mississauga Campus club), we created a survival guide for first-year students, which was available in book and e-book format.

Created by the 2018 – 2019 UTM Scribes Team