Holly Wethey

Holly studies Honours English Literature at McGill. She is a Student Life Editor at The McGill Tribune. Aside from The Tribune, Holly is a founding editor of The Imagist and a reader for The Fiddlehead, The Malahat Review, and The /tƐmz/ Review. She is also Co-President of Mcsway Poetry Collective. Her work has been published in Yolk, The VEG, The McGill Tribune Creative Supplement, F Word, and Half a Grapefruit Magazine.

Posts by Holly Wethey

Exam-season survival guide

If there’s one thing we can learn from Montreal’s frigid winters, it’s that they always beget spring; a period of stasis, then, is essential for growth. As we enter a new season—as well as exam season—remember that amid the hustle culture of academia, rest itself is a radical act of[Read More…]

Carving fish in the sand

Every time I’m in the lecture hall analyzing a poem, I’m of two minds. On the one hand, as an English student, I am thinking of the poem as a critic would—sifting and weighing the words. But on the other hand, I am reading as a Christian, conscious of every[Read More…]

Sick day survival guide

In the COVID-19 world, it’s easy to panic the moment you let out a single cough or feel a tickle in your throat. Hyperaware as we are of cold symptoms, we are quick to notice when we have the dreaded common cold. Unfortunately, getting sick can take a toll on[Read More…]

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