As of September 2018, I am teaching as a Contract Lecturer in the Department of English at Lakehead University. In my first year, I developed and delivered a course called: ENG 3036 FDE: PROFESSIONAL WRITING - DIGITAL CONTEXTS.
As a volunteer, I have been investing time and effort to help bring literary events to the Orillia area, also known as Lake Country. Examples include the annual Leacock Medal Gala event, the Giiwenh First Nations Literary Event, and acting as a 2017 poetry contest judge for the Leacock Museum and National Historic Site.
In 2015 I completed my MA thesis. It is a poetic treatment on the subject of gender and follows two young trans-women on their journey to self-actualization. It was well-received by the Academy, and has been published at:
All writers should be readers first, and as part of my Master of Arts in Creative Writing at the University of Surrey, I was exposed to writers and genres I would never normally have read for pleasure. From ancient to modern, they are each an influence on my new work, and I greatly enjoyed being 'stretched' creatively.
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