I rolled out Lucid Pulp in 2005, after I’d decided to formally promote my knack for words and catching grammatical errors, and move beyond volunteer-based editing and proofreading.
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 and fiction, critical pedagogy, texts on social change, and the odd how-to book. In between cross-country cycling trips and churning out my own writing, you’ll find me busily editing in southern Ontario.
To see some of my other projects, check out my Portfolio.