FEEL WAYS is a breakthrough anthology of works by writers of Scarborough, Ontario. It is inspired by the suburb of Scarborough, shedding light on its myths and stories. The collection includes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and an Introduction by the editors.
Adrian De Leon is an Abagatan (Southern) Ilokano writer and cultural educator from Baranggay Bagong Tanyag in Manila by way of Scarborough, Ontario. He teaches Philippine histories in university classrooms, community events, and martial arts gyms. He lives in Los Angeles.
Natasha Ramoutar is an Indo-Guyanese writer by way of Scarborough (Ganatsekwyagon) at the east side of Toronto. She is the Fiction Editor of FEEL WAYS, an anthology of Scarborough writing, and the Social Media Assistant at the Festival of Literary Diversity.
Born in Congo-Kinsasha, Téa Mutonji is an author and poet. Mutonji's debut collection of short fiction, Shut Up You're Pretty (Spring, 2019) is the first title published under Vivek Shraya's imprint, VS. Books. It is a finalist for the 2019 Roger's Fiction award. She lives, writes, and gets lost in Toronto.