FINAL NOTE FROM THE EDITORS
You’ve reached the end of the first issue of the Distanziner! We hope you enjoyed seeing the passion and creativity that was put into each of the pieces in the zine.
Distanziner would not have existed had it not been for the fantastic people who made amazing contributions to this zine. Their bios are on the following pages, where you can learn about the people behind each creation.
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Angela loves reading stories and telling stories. Most of all, she loves creating spaces for creative expression. She is a law student in the JD/MBA program at the University of Toronto, where she did her undergrad. She was raised in Toronto and loves her city dearly, but little did she know she’d be stuck at home this summer. Instead of traipsing around the world learning languages, she is now back on Duolingo, dreaming of caminar en la playa.
Virginia is a Business and Psychology student at Western University in London, ON, the former serial killer capital of the world. Before the pandemic, she was on exchange in the UK, indulging in her passion for tea. Now she sits at home “studying,” sharing unfunny content with friends, and dreaming of one day taking long walks on the beach. When answering questions about what she does with her time, her responses are most commonly met with the thought-provoking question, “why” - a mystery that has yet to be solved.
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