I am a bilingual writer, editor and information professional. I believe that everyone’s message can be conveyed in simple and clear language without ever having to sacrifice style. Coupled with my mad research skills as a librarian, I guarantee interesting, accessible and well-researched content.
In the decade I have worked as a librarian, I’ve written and edited web content, brochures, press releases and other promotional and educational material for the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), Kirkland Public Library and most recently Trafalgar School for Girls. I wrote and sourced articles for my blog ipadyoupad and for the Preventing and Eliminating Gendered Cyberviolence Project’s blog. As a free-lance writer, I’ve written content for corporate blogs including Zepeel and Fortify as well as copy for Clearskin Victoria’s website.
My poetry and short stories have appeared in various literary journals and anthologies and was chosen for the 2013 Quebec Writer’s Federation (QWF) mentorship program.