Tasneem Motala graduated from Brock University with a BA in English Literature and Classical Civilizations in 2015 before finishing the Publishing for Book, Magazine, and Electronic post-grad program at Centennial College in 2017.
That’s when she started her own indie literary zine, KROS Magazine, a publication that showcases the creative works of South and Southeast Asians living in North America. To know more about KROS, read her Origin Story on why the zine is such an important project to her. On top of being a passion project, KROS Magazine is proof of her capability to manage large editorial projects, plan community events, and meet tight deadlines.
As a writer and graphic designer, she focuses on clean prose and design befitting for each individual project and its specific needs. Her portfolio is twofold, full of articles and design work that bring her ideas to life. Creativity, collaboration, and a clear vision are always at the forefront when crafting something new for a client or otherwise.
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A literary zine that showcases the works of South and Southeast Asian authors and artists living in the North American diaspora.
Our mission is simple: KROS magazine is your platform to write about you. Or not necessarily you, but us, in whatever capacity that means to you. Maybe it's making a statement. Maybe it's creating a space. Or maybe it's nothing so grandiose at all—maybe your ethnicity, faith, or background is just incidental.
All that does matter is this time, here, it's our #ownvoices telling the stories.