Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay is the current Editor-in-Chief of Arthur and previously served as Coordinating Editor of Arthur's Volume 57. He is passionate about local arts and culture in Peterborough, as well as politics at all levels, including university governance. Sebastian is delighted to have the unique opportunity to help tell the stories of Peterborough and Trent University and share them with the community.

As a freelance writer, his writing has appeared in KawarthaNOW and he is a semi-regular contributor to the music website DOMINIONATED. Outside of print, Sebastian has previously written and produced a weekly radio show on Trent Radio called Great Canadian Covers and is the current co-host of NOISEHOLE on Trent Radio alongside fellow Arthurian, David King. He currently serves on the station's Board of Directors.

Outside of work, he can be found wandering the trails of Peterborough, at a local concert, cooking, or tuned in to a Blue Jays game.

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