I rolled out Lucid Pulp in 2005, after I’d decided to formally promote my knack for words and catching grammatical errors.
I’ve held full-time roles as an acquisitions editor and a desktop publisher. I’m a member of Editors Canada, and I’ve completed Ryerson University’s Publishing program as well as courses for Algonquin College’s Technical Writer certification.
I graduated from the University of Guelph’s Collaborative International Development Studies program (with an emphasis on gender and development), but beyond that I’ve had a diverse, experiential education in an array of disciplines.
My personal reading list includes feminist and queer theory, critical pedagogy, texts on social change and decolonization, and the odd how-to book. In between cross-country cycling trips, trail running, and churning out my own writing, you’ll find me busily editing in southern Ontario, currently living on the traditional territory of the Attawandaron (Neutral) Peoples and the Mississauguas of the Credit First Nation.
To see some of my other projects, check out my Portfolio.