Ash Haslett Cuff

Ash is a writer from Toronto currently studying history at Ryerson University. She enjoys writing short fiction and articles about books, feminism, and why she dislikes everyone else. Please direct all hate mail to @ashh.hc on instagram.

Things I've Learned Since Living Alone: The Hardships of Privilege

More Books From My Shelf to Yours

Death of the Meet Cute: A Brief Reflection on Dating Apps

Charlie's Angels 2000: A Surprising Triumph for On-Screen Feminism

'I'm So Sorry I'm White': The Futility and Self Absorption of White Guilt

No Theme, Just Some Excellent Novels You Should Read

My Music Tastes Sucks: Finding Joy in Critical Thinking

Your Humanity or Your Femininity: Being a Woman Is Never Enough

Are You Ugly or Am I Frigid?: Coming to Terms with Asexuality

Advice For Young Writers: Stop.

The Inherent Misogyny of the Femme Fatale

Virtual Vitriol: The Decline of Substance in Entertainment or, Another Reason I Hate Gen Z

Autumn Book Recommendations

Songs to Groove to While Still Maintaining Your Superiority Complex

The Loss of Individuality In The Glorification of the Outsider

Review: Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith

Review: Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo

The Parameters of Identity: What It Means to Be Wasian

5 Albums You Aren't Listening To, But Should Be

The Issue With Bookstagram: Militant Opinions, Performative Activism and Faux Enthusiasm

The Death of Personality in the Age of Aesthetic 

Casually Wasian: Alexa Chung and the Importance of Representation 

Unexpectedly Ideal Summer Reads