One of the wonderful things about living in this digital age is that you don’t have to be famous to be a real artist or a writer. You can create your vision, and then get it out into the world through the Internet if you're so inclined. And once online, you don't ever have to throw anything you create away. It can all be stored... forever.
Enter Sarah Pinder: a Toronto essayist who, for a decade now, has been a maker of zines, self-published works.