About Natasha John
Natasha is not born and raised in Vancouver, but calls this beautiful city home. After jumping around Canada, Texas, Arkansas and the UK, she has her feet firmly planted in Vancouver's beaches. Majoring in English Lit, writing has always been something that she has enjoyed. Curious by nature, education has not finished for this aspiring Third Party Mediator, and she is on the road to completing her certificate at the JIBC.
Not one to take things for granted, the awe-inspiring mountains paralyzes her gaze on a daily basis. The Seawall is a magnetic tease that eventually wins over on summer days.
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About Lydia Schrandt
Lydia graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Philosophy and quickly bid farewell to the United States for good. She's traveled throughout Europe, Asia and South America, and has lived in Albuquerque, Galveston, Austin, Thailand, Korea, China, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina and Brazil.
Lydia is currently "slow traveling" through South America in search of a place to call home. Florianopolis, Brazil currently serves as her base of operations. She speaks a little Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese, and loves cooking, photography, knitting and watching Spanish soccer. She hopes to get her first novel published in the next year.
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About Neil Faba
Born and raised in the suburbs, Neil Faba lived his teen years as a somewhat reluctant resident of the Greater Toronto Area. He then spent a decade living in different Canadian cities: Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, then Winnipeg in the Prairies. But as Joni Mitchell sang, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” Meeting the love of his life and missing his family eventually drew Neil home to Toronto. Now, he’s dedicated to rediscovering the amazing things his city has to offer and sharing those discoveries with others, through the blog he runs with his wife and 10best.com.
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