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I wrote Cardinal in four hours. 

I went viral in 2016. My humour essay for The Globe and Mail's Facts & Arguments section became — and stayed — one of the most read articles on the website over the next 48 hours. It also topped their year-end list.

I have a soft spot for underachievers. As a child, I was tested and designated as gifted, but was too shy to leave my school and take a bus out of town to a gifted program. I attended university on a scholarship, dropped out, and worked in a pita shop for a year.

As a journalist, I've interviewed politicians, musicians, actors, artists, TV personalities, historians, professors, doctors, C-suite executives, small business owners, authors and experts.

Scarborough has become a literary launching ground of late: David Chariandy, Carrianne Leung, Catherine Hernandez, Adrian Deleon, Téa Mutonj, Natasha Ramoutar. I lived in Malvern until I was about eight years old. I moved back to Scarborough in 2014.

If you want to talk about writing, send me an email. If you want to publish my work, send Akin an email.

 
 
 

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