An enthusiast of many trades but a master of none, Evan Robins is a Senior Journalist suffering from a severe affliction of “Cultural Studies brain”. She writes compulsively and is thus happy that somebody is paying her to do just that. Evan is passionate about intersectional and solutions-based journalism. At Arthur she writes lengthy diatribes and informed by a passion for research and presented with her trademark trans-girl irreverence.
Evan’s work has been published in Maclean’s and Xtra Magazine. She has also been interviewed on the Corner of Hunter and George podcast, and featured on the Trent Radio (CFFF FM 92.7) program NOISEHOLE. Besides her regular film column, Cinevangelism with Evangeline Robins, she has also worked as the editor for Queerlines, Arthur’s annual zine in collaboration with the Trent Queer Collective.
Outside of work she drives herself madder by reading academic theory for “fun”, as well as writing, thinking far too deeply about mass-market video games, and telling herself this is definitely the month shesits down to finish that manuscript. Assuming this whole “writer” thing doesn’t pan out, she intends to test how long it is humanly possible to stay in grad school.
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Static and dynamic content editing
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