My name is Tasha Guenther. I currently live in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada while I finish my PhD in Cultural Studies with a concentration in digital culture at McMaster University. I enjoy writing children's lit. short stories and non-fiction pieces.
I read and write a lot, but I still find time for and really appreciate long conversations with close friends, working on creative projects (ones I do or do not share), and taking photos of my cat. Learn more about me here or connect with me on my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Tasha has written 5 articles, and you can view them each below:
POSTED ON October 10, 2018 BY TASHA
Time flies around us, not us through it: sometimes, I find it quite difficult to ground myself in my own environment or space. My mind is constantly wandering, I am always daydreaming, and the state of being distracted is very familiar to me [...]Continue reading >
"Everything I Am Inside"
POSTED ON September 20, 2018 BY TASHA
I’ve had a difficult year, and it’s not something I really wanted to talk about or write about. Nonetheless, the consistent stream of self-love rhetoric that I see on social media has served as a convincing juxtaposition to my current situation and is causing me to rethink my own participation in [...]Continue reading >
A Creative Process
POSTED ON September 10, 2018 BY TASHA
Whether it’s writing or painting or sculpting or crafting or making, creativity takes time, care, and patience (especially with yourself). I have projects, thoughts, and ideas “sitting still” in notebooks, sketchbooks, Word documents, iPhone notes, and literally on my floor [...]Continue reading >
POSTED ON September 6, 2018 BY TASHA
Summer in Canada flew by. In my head, it is still late-May, and I am thinking about all the wonderful reading I am going to do. But alas, time flies whether or not you're having fun, and the flowers are still blooming where I am. I have been thinking a lot about keeping myself busy with activities that […]Continue reading >
POSTED ON August 29, 2018 BY TASHA
In my "earlier" years, I was very into dolphins, mermaids, and the moon. Mom and Dad convinced me that the painting of the mermaid hanging in my childhood bedroom was me, and I whole-heartedly believed them. My room was the brightest blue. I somehow owned a lava lamp shaped like a […]Continue reading >
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