KJ DAKIN is a conflict photojournalist from Vancouver, BC, Canada. Read her story “Sock Coffee in Sarajevo.”
SPENCER HUCHULAK is a civil engineer graduate from the University of Alberta. He is currently completing his Masters in Poverty and Development Studies at Sussex University. Read his story “Ghost Water Taps and the Failure of Development in Southwestern Uganda.”
RAVI JAIPAUL is a Public Health graduate from the London School of Health & Economics, and a registered nurse. He volunteers with Medecin San Frontiers. Read his story “Bangkok’s Black Market and Elephant Camp”.
NIKKI JANZEN is a Nutrition & Dietetics graduate from the University of Saskatchewn. Read her story “Sole Reflections on Poverty, TOMS Shoes and Consumerism”.
KAYE NIEDERMEYER recently graduated from the University of Regina with an undergrad in International Development. She studied permaculture in Cuba. Read her stories “Wildness, Saskatoon Berries and Prairie Identity” and “The Art of Yarn Bombing.”
TUMUSIIME RONALD is a recent graduate in Business Administration from Bishop Baram University in Kabale, Uganda. He is an emerging photographer. See his photos published in “Small”.
ERINNE SEVIGNY is an editor/writer living in Alberta, Canada. She recently launched her new business, Blue Pencil Consult, offering consultation services for writers. Read her story “Joseph, the Chocolate Eating Bear.”
AMY TREFRY recently completed her Masters thesis on rural sociology and food security in South Africa from the University of Alberta. Read her stories “Green Figs and Lamb in Cyprus” and “The Power of Comfort Food – Apples in the Midwest”.