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Tyler Collins

Country:  Canada

College: University of Waterloo

Major:  Degree in Archaeology

Contact Information:  tylerjay13@hotmail.com

I'm a graduate from the University of Waterloo with a degree in archaeology. I'm very interested in exploring the possibility of becoming a writer. My writing experience consists mostly of technical report writing and argumentative essays, although I do maintain my own blog at livejournal.com.

I'm very interested in sports, in particular baseball, hockey and rugby; writing about sports is one of my all-time favourite things to do and I think I could provide some very original content to your publications.
I would also be interested in contributing stories that analyze controversial issues and then speculate on the nature of the controversy and the background that led up to it. I think people can understand both sides of a debate considerably better when it is broken down for them.

Finally, I'm also very involved in the music scene, particularly punk and ska; A chance to write concert reviews and CD reviews would be nothing short of fantastic.

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