English Teacher & Novelist
After York, Rayme Michaels went on to get a Master’s degree in Comparative Philosophy while working as a teaching assistant at Brock University. He has gone on to become a novelist and publish three books. His first book is a quirky, bawdy comedy entitled Incorrigibility, and his second is a dark, gory, romantic vampire thriller called Red Love, which won Honourable Mention at the top of the list for General Fiction at the 2014 London Book Festival. He is currently teaching English in Japan.
“I will always look back at my glorious time at York with fondness. Most of my professors were great, and it was lots of fun to engage in class debates and discussions, with so many memorable moments and a wonderful, friendly vibe that permeated all areas of the campus.”