Writing

Tyler’s writing has swung a wide arc between music, contemporary art, lifestyle content, and outdoor adventures, including a monthly column on cycling, and even an adapted comic book. Selected writings from his portfolio are linked below.

Galleries West, Mar. 25, 2019, “Daughters of Uranium” (exhibition review)

Galleries West, Jan. 14, 2019, “Tangled Tongue” (exhibition review)

CMCJ, Oct. 31, 2018, “Garbage Party Art Project Dazzles Viewers Into Deeper Discussions”

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Galleries West, Oct. 2, 2018, “Emotional Autopsy” (exhibition review)

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Muse, July/August 2018, “Building Community Engagement – It’s Not Just About You”

Canadian Cycling Magazine, Mar. 15, 2018, “Prairie Mountain Biking – 48 Hours”

Lethbridge Living, Jul-Aug 2017, “Listening To The River”

Lethbridge Living, May-June 2017, “A Slice of Paradise on the Prairies”

Amplify, August 3, 2017, “Canadian Bands You Should Know: Richard Inman”

Amplify, April 21, 2017, “Canadian Bands You Should Know: The Shiverettes”

LUMA Quarterly, Issue 007, Volume 2, Winter 2017, “Naked and Alone at the Threshold Between Two Worlds”

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Quirk Magazine, Jan-Feb 2017, “A Passion for the Pass”

Beatroute.ca, Oct 31, 2016, “Leeroy Stagger Reflects on His Career Post-Peak”

BeatRoute.ca, Oct 3, 2016, “The Last Slice: A Final Farewell to a Lethbridge Live Music Gem”