This Week's Contributors
Editor in Chief
Editor in chief and writer for the Kumo Collective and more specifically The Kumoite, Axelle started writing as a key to unlock her emotions before realising that her words could be a tool to give voice to people who don’t have a voice themselves. Currently finishing her studies at the University of Exeter, she is slowly but surely starting her dream career as a journalsit by writing for Exepose (Exeter University’s Newspaper). Pursuing her desire to discover the world and bring its people together, joining the Kumoite embodies both creativeness and connectedness Axelle aspires to advocate.
Editor in Chief
Co-founder and photographer of The Kumo Collective, Katarina aspires to promote the beauty of international culture across borders. Recently graduated from McGill University, where she was lucky to work as the photography editor for the local newspaper, Le Délit, she was offered an exeptional introduction to the power of words and journalism. Always looking for an intellectual stimilus, creating a cultural magazine such as The Kumoite simply seemed like the right move to crown the inspiring project that the Kumo collective is.
Zoé is a young franco-german writter who grew up in Latin America. The topic of home and friendships have continuously inspired her writing. She is grateful for Montreal’s art scene and to its people for their warmth. @easyzoro
Maëlle is a French artist from Bordeaux. She moved to Montreal in 2017 for her studies and that’s where she discovered her painting style, a very colorful and geometrical one that is inspired by women, in all their forms.
Parker Le Bras-Brown
Want to become A Contributor A Subscriber An Author ?
As a new platform, the Kumoïte is always looking for new writers and illustrators to join our team! The magazine is composed of different sections promoting different forms of written expression. From articles about culture and society all the way to creative writings, The Kumoïte is the platform that will allow you to get a curious international audience. Becoming our contributor does not mean constraints, but rather creating at your own pace while knowing that you won’t have to worry about editing and publications. Without mentioning that no experience is needed, just you and your favourite pen. If you want to learn more about contributions please feel free to fill out the form below, and one of our editors will be more than happy to guide you through the next steps.