About My writing has been published in Prairie Fire, the Malahat Review, the Antigonish Review, carte blanche, Hamilton Arts & Letters and elsewhere. My story “Body of Water” won Honourable Mention in Prairie Fire‘s 2018 Fiction contest and appeared in their summer 2019 issue. Another story, “Foreign Bodies,” won the Malahat Review‘s 2017 Open Season Award and was their nominee for the 2018 Journey Prize. My story “Tag” was long-listed for Room Magazine’s 2018 Fiction Contest. I attended the Banff Centre‘s Spring Writers Retreat in March 2019 and was awarded a Quebec Writers’ Federation mentorship in 2016. I hold a B.A. in French from Trent University, a B.Ed. from Queen’s and an M.A. in French literature from Dalhousie. I also completed a Graduate Certificate in Creative Writing by Correspondence at the Humber School for Writers in 2011 under the mentorship of John Metcalf. As well as working on short fiction, I am currently writing a #metoo novel set in my hometown of Guelph, Ontario. For an inside look at my writing process, you can subscribe to my blog or follow me on Twitter or on Instagram.