My name is Andrew Wilmot. I am a writer and editor based out of Toronto, Ontario. I’ve won awards for screenwriting and short fiction, with myriad online and in-print credits (magazines and anthologies). As an editor, I’m fortunate to have worked with Drawn & Quarterly, ChiZine Publications, Broken River Books, ARP Books, Wolsak & Wynn, Playwrights Canada, Green Ronin Press, Freehand Books, and Wattpad, and I am the former Marketing and Production Coordinator for NeWest Press. I am also Co-Publisher and Co-EIC, alongside editors Michael Matheson and Chinelo Onwualu, of the online magazine Anathema: Spec from the Margins. Books I’ve worked on have themselves taken home multiple awards from the Sunburst Awards, the Eisner Awards, and most recently the Shirley Jackson Awards. Additionally, I am a member of Poplar Press’ editorial advisory board.

My first novel, The Death Scene Artist, was released in October 2018 from Buckrider Books, an imprint of Wolsak & Wynn (https://bookstore.wolsakandwynn.ca/products/the-death-scene-artist). Find me online at: andrewwilmot.ca (this site) and anathemamag.com.


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For publishers, I offer my editorial services as well as a comprehensive understanding of the publishing production process. For graduate students, I am well versed in both the Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition) and the seventh edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) publication manual, and have spent several years as a dissertation editor focused primarily on psychology, feminist studies, body image and eating disorders, body and gender dysphoria, and women and the health care system.

I’ve been fortunate enough to work in many styles and genres: literary fiction, science fiction and fantasy, poetry, aboriginal studies, biographies, comics and graphic novels, mysteries, academic and scholarly work, children’s and young adult fiction, short fiction, flash fiction, and translations. The scope of my interests has no limit.

If you’re an author, student, screenwriter, or publisher in need of assistance, don’t be shy—get in touch. Let’s work together.