Mitchell Gunn is a writer and creator currently attending the University of Toronto as a PhD candidate in English Literature, having previously completed an MA in English and Creative Writing.

Mitchell has long been passionate about creative writing, particularly poetry and short fiction, although he enjoys experimenting with all modes, forms, and genres. He is also interested in critical and theoretical approaches to literature and culture more broadly, especially the ways in which the creator and consumer can interact within the work.

His creative work has appeared or is forthcoming in The LampFeathertale, The Hart House Review, and Echolocation.

Aside from reading and writing, Mitchell’s hobbies include baking, playing guitar, knitting, and video games.