Luke Arnott – Non-Fiction
Luke has spent most of the 2000s writing for the web on a wide variety of topics, such as entertainment, travel, and technology. He has contributed regularly to numerous sites, including AskMen.com, Yelp.com, ConsumerSearch.com, and Suite101.com.
Before heading back to grad school in the late 2000s, Luke was a regular writer for Montreal's Askmen.com. He specialized in celebrity profiles – some celebs were genuinely interesting people, but many were, well... less so.
Here's a sample of one of Luke's travel articles: Top Ten Must-See Locales in Germany.
In 2008, Luke was hired as a "scout" for Yelp.com, helping to fill out the new Yelp.ca website with reviews of businesses in major Canadian cities (in this case, mostly Toronto, Montreal, and London, Ontario).
You can still see Luke's profile and reviews here.
Since 2008, Luke has been a writer for ConsumerSearch.com, a subsidiary of the New York Times Company. He compiled meta-reviews of consumer products, specializing in high-tech gadgetry.
For an example of Luke's CS work, click here.