Natasha Young

Editor in Chief ·
Natasha Young is a writer in Los Angeles (formerly based in Brooklyn and Montreal). Her writing has been published in Vice, Nerve, No Clue, Mask, and Adult.

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Alex M.F. Quicho

Creative Director ·
Alex M.F. Quicho is a cultural researcher in London. She writes about identity, sex, futures, and politics in contemporary art and design.

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Adrienne Matei

Contributing Editor ·
Adrienne Matei wasn't born: she wandered out of a coastal fog. She enjoys rapping recreationally, dance parties and gazing longingly out to sea. Her writing has been published in McSweeney's, Kinfolk, Elle and Vancouver Magazine.

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Elliat Albrecht

Elliat Albrecht is based in Vancouver, Canada and is a graduate of Emily Carr University of Art and Design. 


Jaclyn Bruneau

Jaclyn Bruneau writes, and works at Vancouver's Contemporary Art Gallery in facilitation, engagement & publication management.


Rebecca Chaperon

Rebecca Chaperon is a Vancouver-based artist as well as the author of Eerie Dearies: 26 Ways to Miss School. Rebecca holds a BFA from Emily Carr University and is internationally exhibited and collected.


Jaime Chu

Jaime Chu is a writer and translator from Hong Kong currently living in Brooklyn.

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Lynn Crosbie

Lynn Crosbie is a Toronto writer. Her latest novel, Where Did You Sleep Last Night? is out now via House of Anansi Press.


Andy Dixon

Andy Dixon is a painter living and working in Vancouver. He is represented by Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London and New York, and Wally Workman in Austin.

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Soledad Muñoz

Soledad Muñoz is an interdisciplinary artist born in Toronto, Canada and raised in Rancagua, Chile. Soledad graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2013. She developed a body of work composed by performance, sound based installations and environment responsive pieces, which come alive through an affective encounter with the viewer. She is the founder of Genero, an experimental feminist music label.


Rommy Ghaly

Rommy was born in the 1970s in a New York suburb. At 18 he left there and pursued utopia in such cities as Kansas City, San Francisco, Stockholm, Berlin, and Vancouver. He shoots photos and writes for local magazines and blogs. He's active within his community as a consumer of art, a supporter of urbanism, and a critic of modern politics.


Michael LaPointe

Michael LaPointe is a writer and literary journalist in Vancouver. He contributes to the Times Literary Supplement, and his work has appeared in The Walrus, Maisonneuve, and the Los Angeles Review of Books.



Stephanie Pellett

Stephanie Pellett lives with awareness and purpose. An accomplished blogger, intrepid food lover and world traveller currently based in Busan, Korea, she approaches the world with open eyes, heart and mind.

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Larissa Pham

Larissa Pham is an artist and writer in Brooklyn. She is interested in new media, visual culture, and the intersection between tech and memory. By day, she works at a nonprofit in DUMBO; by night, she writes for publications like Full Stop, ADULT, and The Rumpus.

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Keaton Ritchie

Keaton Ritchie is a writer in Montreal.

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Gavin Tomson

Gavin Tomson is a writer living in Toronto. His fiction has appeared in The Dalhousie Review and Joyland and his non-fiction has appeared in Maisonneuve, Full Stop, and The Awl. He's the winner of The Dalhousie Review's inaugural short story contest and a Copy Editor for The Puritan.


Catriona Wright

Catriona Wright received her MA in Creative Writing from the University of Toronto. Her short stories and poems have been published in The New Quarterly, Joyland, Prairie Fire, PRISM International, Riddle Fence, Grain, and others. She won the 2013 Disquiet/Guernica International Literary Program Award, and a selection of her poems won the 2014 Matrix Lit Pop award.



Founded in 2014 by Alex Quicho and Natasha Young, Highway is an anti-disciplinary publication of art, fiction, and feelings.


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