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Current Positions:

October 2010: Writer/reviewer at http://backlisted.wordpress.com

September 2012: Freelance writer/reviewer for Quill & Quire

November 2012: Freelance writer/reviewer for Broken Pencil Magazine

September 2013: Freelance editor for HOLO Magazine

December 2013: Freelance editor for ChiZine Publications

January 2014: Freelance writer/reviewer for subTerrain Magazine

April 2015: Freelance writer/reviewer for Publishers Weekly

July 2015: Deputy editor for Broken River Books

July 2016: Freelance editor for Wolsak & Wynn

January 2017: Co-Editor-in-Chief of Anathema: Spec from the Margins

 

Previous Positions:

August 2010—July 2012: Marketing and Production Coordinator, NeWest Press.

April 2008—August 2008: Production/Editorial intern; August 2008—February 2009: Production/Editorial freelancer, Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

 

Education:

2008. Master of Publishing (MPub). Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Simon Fraser University. Thesis title: Gekiga into English: Translating the Words, Images, and Culture of Yoshihiro Tatsumi’s A Drifting Life.
Supervisors: Dr. John Maxwell, Assistant Professor, Master of Publishing Program, Simon Fraser University; Mary Schendlinger, Senior Lecturer, Master of Publishing Program, Simon Fraser University; Chris Oliveros, Publisher, Drawn & Quarterly Publications

2005. Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA). Visual Arts, Simon Fraser University. Minor in Film and Video Studies, Certificate in Liberal Arts.

 

Writing Credits (Novels and Novellas):

Wilmot, Andrew. High Maintenance Machines (2017). Novel. Toronto, Ontario. Publisher TBD

Wilmot, Andrew. Fostering Artistic Talent and Other Poor Life Choices (2016). Short Fiction Collection. Toronto, Ontario. Publisher TBD.

Wilmot, Andrew. Athanasia Book 1 (2015). Novel. Toronto, Ontario. Publisher TBD.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Death Scene Artist (2013). Novel. Toronto, Ontario. Wolsak & Wynn—Buckrider Books: Fall 2018.

 

Writing Credits (Short Fiction — Published):

Wilmot, Andrew. “That Special Sort of Someone” (2016). Short Fiction. Over the Rainbow: Folk and Fairy Tales from the Margins: TBA 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Heart Strung” (2015). Short Fiction. Turn to Ash: TBA 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Contract Negotiations” (2016). Short Fiction. Skelos: TBA 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Remembrance of Worlds Past” (2015). Short Fiction. The 4th Spectral Book of Horror Stories: TBA 2017.
—Longlisted, 2016 Friends of Merril Short Story Contest (final 12).

Wilmot, Andrew. “Grudge Match” (2015). Short Fiction. Restless: An Anthology of Ghost Stories, Dark Fantasy, and Creepy Tales: July 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. “F.A.S. (Foetal Atomic Syndrome)” (2014). Short fiction. Double Feature Magazine: September 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. “The Best Worst Idea Ever” (2016). Short Fiction. Crap Orgasm: September 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. “The Recovered Journal of Marius Vladimirescu, Last of the Clown Hunters” (2014). Short Fiction. Turn to Ash: September 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Just a Little Spice Will Do” (2014). Glittership: May 2016.
—Also available in: Glittership Year One anthology: July 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Fostering Artistic Talent” (2015). Those Who Make Us: Canadian Monsters, Creatures, and Myths: November 2016.
—Nominated, 2016 Shirley Jackson Award for Edited Anthology

Wilmot, Andrew. “Foreclosing on the House of God” (2015). The Singularity: September 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Paradoxical” (2015). Short Fiction. Drive-In Tales: 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. “A Window Into the” (2015). Short Fiction. The Singularity: 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Everything Old” (2015). Short Fiction. The Singularity: 2015; Apocalypse Chronicles Anthology: March 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. “When I’m Old, When I’m Grey” (2014). Short Fiction. Found Press: September 2016.
—First Place Winner, 2015 Friends of Merril Short Story Contest.

Wilmot, Andrew. “What You’re In For” (2014). Short Fiction. Found Press: October 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. “A Little Dreaming is Dangerous” (2015). Short fiction. Found Press: October 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Virtuatrocity” (2015). Short fiction. Inkitt: April 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. Glass Houses (2014). Short fiction/Novelette. Found Press: August 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Lovers in a Dangerous Time” (2010). Short fiction. 69 Flavors of Paranoia: August 2010.

 

Writing Credits (Short Fiction — Unpublished):

Wilmot, Andrew. “Instanced” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Scattered” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Born Again” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “The Quilt” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Their War, Here” (2016). Short Fiction.
—Longlisted, 2017 Friends of Merril Short Story Contest (final 12).

Wilmot, Andrew. “Lasciare Suonare” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “How Far Will You Go and What Will You Do When You Get There?” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Chimera” (2016). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Legion” (2015). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “The Long Ret-Con” (2015). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Still Life” (2014). Short Fiction.
—Longlisted, 2015 Friends of Merril Short Story Contest (final 12).

Wilmot, Andrew. “Another Castle” (2014). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “Disadvantaged” (2014). Short Fiction.

Wilmot, Andrew. “The Aneurytic” (2014). Short fiction.

 

Writing Credits (Non-fiction):

Wilmot, Andrew. Gekiga into English: Translating the Words, Images, and Culture of Yoshihiro Tatsumi’s A Drifting Life (2008). Vancouver, British Columbia: Simon Fraser University.

 

Writing Credits (Screenplays):

Wilmot, Andrew. High Maintenance Machines (2015). Screenplay. Toronto, Ontario.

Wilmot, Andrew and Ishwar L. Maisuria. In The End (2011). Screenplay. Vancouver, British Columbia: Mya Studios.
—Winner, 2013 Canada International Film Festival Award of Excellence.
—Winner, 2013 Honolulu Film Awards Gold Kahuna Award.
—Winner, Best Screenplay, 2013 Monteria International Film Festival Official International Feature Selection.

Wilmot, Andrew and Ishwar L. Maisuria. In The End Webisodes (2011). Screenplay. Vancouver, British Columbia: Mya Studios. (Unproduced.)

 

Writing Credits (Reviews):

Wilmot, Andrew. Beforelife, by Randal Graham. Publishers Weekly, June 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous Stories from Turtle Island, Eds. Sophie McCall, Deanna Reder, David Gaertner, and Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill. Publishers Weekly, June 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Sum of Us, Eds. Susan Forest and Lucas K. Law. Publishers Weekly, May 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. Everything is Awful and You’re a Terrible Person, by Daniel Zomparelli. Publishers Weekly, April 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. All That is Solid Melts Into Air, by Carole Giangrande. Publishers Weekly, April 2017.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Effects of Isolation on the Brain, by Erika Rummel. subTerrain, Issue 77.

Wilmot, Andrew. Berlin-Warszawa Express, by Eamon McGrath. Publishers Weekly, March 2017

Wilmot, Andrew. Rough Patch, by Nicole Markotic. Publishers Weekly, March 2017

Wilmot, Andrew. Five Roses, by Alice Zorn. subTerrain, Issue 76.

Wilmot, Andrew. Russian Dolls, by W.P. Kinsella. Publishers Weekly, December 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Border Markers, by Jenny Ferguson. Publishers Weekly, October 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. I, Death, by Mark Leslie. Publishers Weekly, September 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Guy, by Jowita Bydlowska. Publishers Weekly, September 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Three Years with the Rat, by Jay Hosking. Publishers Weekly, August 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Testament, by Vicki Gendreau. Publishers Weekly, August 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Conjoined, by Jen Sookfong Lee. Publishers Weekly, June 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. I’m Thinking of Ending Things, by Iain Reid. Publishers Weekly, June 2016 (Unpublished).

Wilmot, Andrew. Rocket Versus Gravity, by Richard Scarsbrook. subTerrain, Issue 75.

Wilmot, Andrew. Pedal, by Chelsea Rooney. Publishers Weekly, May 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Somewhere a Long and Happy Life Probably Awaits You, by Jill Sexsmith. Publishers Weekly, May 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Weekend, by Jane Eaton Hamilton. Publishers Weekly, April 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. It’s An Honest Ghost, by John Goldbach. Publishers Weekly, April 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Horrors, by Charles Demers. Publishers Weekly, March 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Bad Things Happen, by Kris Bertin. Publishers Weekly, March 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Job Shadowing, by Malcolm Sutton. Publishers Weekly, March 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. God in Pink, by Hasan Namir. subTerrain, Issue 73.

Wilmot, Andrew. Straight to the Head, by Fraser Nixon. Publishers Weekly, February 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Mercy Journals, by Claudia Casper. Publishers Weekly, February 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Skein and Bone, by V.H. Leslie. Broken Pencil, Issue

Wilmot, Andrew. On the Shores of Darkness, There is Light, by Cordelia Strube. Publishers Weekly, February 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Bird on an Ethics Wire, by Margaret Somerville. Publishers Weekly, January 2016.

Wilmot, Andrew. Movie Star Chronicles: A Visual History of the World’s Greatest Movie Stars, by Ian Haydn Smith. Publishers Weekly, October 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. Arvida, by Samuel Archibald. Publishers Weekly, October 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. Martin John, by Anakana Schofield. Publishers Weekly, October 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You, by Sean Trinder. subTerrain, Issue 72.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Plotline Bomber of Innisfree, by Josh Massey. Publishers Weekly, July 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. All-Day Breakfast, by Adam Lewis Schroeder. Publishers Weekly, July 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. Entropic, by R.W. Gray. Publishers Weekly, June 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Video Watcher, by Shawn Curtis Stibbards. Publishers Weekly, June 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. Flip Turn, by Paula Eisenstein. Broken Pencil (unpublished).

Wilmot, Andrew. Kitaro, by Shigeru Mizuki. Broken Pencil (unpublished).

Wilmot, Andrew. The Capacity for Infinite Happiness, by Alexis von Konigslow. subTerrain, Issue 71.

Wilmot, Andrew. My Body is Yours, by Michael V. Smith. subTerrain, Issue 71.

Wilmot, Andrew. Snake City, by Joe Rosenblatt. Publishers Weekly, April 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. A Free Man, by Michel Basilieres. Publishers Weekly, April 2015.

Wilmot, Andrew. Look At Me, by Robert Shoub. subTerrain, Issue 70.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Umbrella Mender, by Christine Fischer Guy. Broken Pencil, Issue 68.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Sex Life of the Amoeba, by Barry Healey. Broken Pencil, Issue 68.

Wilmot, Andrew. SuperMutant Magic Academy, by Jillian Tamaki. Broken Pencil, Issue 68.

Wilmot, Andrew. Photobooth: A Biography, by Meags Fitzgerald. Broken Pencil, Issue 65.

Wilmot, Andrew. Beautiful Darkness, by Fabien Vehlmann & Kerascoët. Broken Pencil, Issue 65.

Wilmot, Andrew. Sweet Affliction, by Anna Leventhal. Broken Pencil, Issue 65.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Indifference League, by Richard Scarsbrook. subTerrain, Issue 68.

Wilmot, Andrew. North East, by Wendy McGrath. All Lit Up, September 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. Bunny and Shark, by Alisha Piercy. All Lit Up, September 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. Rewrite, by Temenuga Trifonova. All Lit Up, September 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. Universal Bureau of Copyrights, by Bertrand Laverdure. All Lit Up, September 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. Hypocritic Days, by David Fiore. All Lit Up, September 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. Dear Leaves, I Miss You All, by Sara Heinonen. Broken Pencil, Issue 63.

Wilmot, Andrew. It Doesn’t Suck: Showgirls, by Adam Nayman and Raise Some Shell: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, by Richard Rosenbaum. Quill & Quire, April 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. On Loving Women, by Diane Obomsawin. Broken Pencil, Issue 63.

Wilmot, Andrew. Rage of Poseidon, by Anders Nilsen. Broken Pencil, Issue 62.

Wilmot, Andrew. Celestial Inventories, by Steve Rasnic Tem. Broken Pencil, Issue 62.

Wilmot, Andrew. I Don’t Know How to Behave, by Michael Blouin. subTerrain, Issue 66.

Wilmot, Andrew. Anatomy of a Girl Gang, by Ashley Little. Rabble.ca, January 2014.

Wilmot, Andrew. Tell My Sorrows to the Stones, by Christopher Golden. Broken Pencil, Issue 61.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Inner City, by Karen Heuler. Broken Pencil, Issue 61.

Wilmot, Andrew. This Great Escape: The Case of Michael Paryla, by Andrew Steinmetz. Quill & Quire, October 2013.

Wilmot, Andrew. And the Birds Rained Down, by Jocelyne Saucier. Broken Pencil, Issue 60.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Art of Sufficient Conclusions, by Sarah Dearing. Broken Pencil, Issue 60.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Best Canadian Essays 2012, eds. Christopher Doda & Ray Robertson. Broken Pencil, Issue 60.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Summer is Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved, by Joey Comeau. Quill & Quire, July/August 2013.

Wilmot, Andrew. The Dark, by Claire Mulligan. Quill & Quire, June 2013.

Wilmot, Andrew. Serial Villain, by Sherwin Tjia. Broken Pencil, Issue 59.

Wilmot, Andrew. Cosmo, by Spencer Gordon. Broken Pencil, Issue 59.

Wilmot, Andrew. Bull Head, by John Vigna. Broken Pencil, Issue 58.

Wilmot, Andrew. Raising Hell: Ken Russell and the Unmaking of The Devils, by Richard Crouse. Quill & Quire, December 2012 (unpublished).

 

Editorial Credits:

Gibbings, Sheri. Transparency, Conspiracy, and Surveillance: Information Politics and Street Vendors in Urban Indonesia. (2017). Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press.

Piran, Niva. Journeys of Embodiment at the Intersection of Body and Culture: The Developmental Theory of Embodiment. (2017). Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Elsevier Books (Academic Press imprint).

Eds. Kiera Ladner and Myra Tait. Surviving Canada: Indigenous Peoples Celebrate 150 Years of Betrayal. (2017). Winnipeg, Manitoba: ARP Books.

Coleman, Daniel. Yardwork. (2017). Hamilton, Ontario: Wolsak & Wynn.

Trachtenberg, Lianne. Identity and Well-Being in Breast Cancer Survivors (2016). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).

Saldanha, Lisa. Examining Scale Up of Community-Based Nutrition Services and Changes in Maternal and Child Nutrition Behaviors in Rural Ethiopa (2016). New Orleans, Louisiana: Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (Ph.D. dissertation).

Baulcomb, Andrew. Evenings & Weekends. (2016). Hamilton, Ontario: Wolsak & Wynn.

Salverson, Julie. Lines of Flight: An Atomic Memoir (2016). Hamilton, Ontario: Wolsak & Wynn.

Avery, Jenna. My Ashes (2016). Austin, Texas.

Innes, Roy. The Extra Cadaver Murder (2016). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Stueart, Jerome. The Angels of Our Better Beasts (2016). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.

Davison, Trevor. Blame (2015). Vancouver, BC.

Jaskowski, Mark. The Heartbeat Harvest (2016). Portland, Oregon: Broken River Books.

Hanley, Robert. Do You See What I See? Discovering the Obvious (2015). Hollywood, California.

King-Brown, Erin K. Weight-Related Messages in Primary Care: Challenges and Possibilities (2015). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).

Files, Gemma. Experimental Film (2015). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.
—Winner of the 2016 Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novel.
—Winner of the 2016 Sunburst Award for Adult Fiction.

Trent, Letitia. Almost Dark (2015). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.

Hoover, Kenneth Mark. Quaternity (2015). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.

Tem, Melanie. The Yellow Wood (2015). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.

Shearman, Robert. They Do the Same Things Different There (2014). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.
—Nominated for the 2015 World Fantasy Awards, Best Collection.

Klavan, Laurence. The Family Unit and Other Fantasies (2014). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.

Hoover, Kenneth Mark. Haxan (2014). Toronto, Ontario: ChiZine Publications.

Elder, Joe. Because of the Rose (2013). Unpublished.

Bischoff, Theanna. Interior Music: An Examination of the Sociocognitive Abilities of Fiction Writers (2013). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).
—Recipient of the Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Excellence Thesis Award.

Peasley, Elyse Michelle. Women’s Experiences of Embodied Joy: Resisting the Cultural Dictate of Bodily Dissatisfaction (2013). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).

Bischoff, Theanna. Swallow (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Kimmel, Fran. The Shore Girl (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Meili, Dianne. Those Who Know: Profiles of Alberta’s Aboriginal Elders (20th Anniversary Edition) (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Howard, Barb. Western Taxidermy (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Cheng, Jeffrey. Black Rainbow Diaries (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: unpublished.

Boughn, Michael. Business As Usual (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Rajah, Ranjini. My Invisible Wings (2011). Vancouver, British Columbia: self published.

Lemoine, Stewart. Witness to a Conga and Other Plays (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Zorn, Alice. Arrhythmia (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Ananda, Inthirani. Untitled collection of children’s short fiction (2011). Vancouver, British Columbia: unpublished.

McGrath, Wendy. Santa Rosa (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 City Book Prize, Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts Awards.

Froese, Gayleen. Grayling Cross (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Stevenson, Chris. Planet Janitor: Custodian of the Stars (2011). Vancouver, British Columbia: Engage Books.

Tandberg, Leesia. Mythica (2010). Unpublished.

Kamara, Carina. Mystia (2010). Abbotsford, British Columbia: unpublished.

Innes, Roy. Murder in the Chilcotin (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Patterson-Z, Tanna. Butterflies in Bucaramanga (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Leslie, Rosella. Drift Child (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Gillis, Cody Lee. Knuckle Dust: Because You Can’t Say Heroin Without Saying Hero (2009). Vancouver, British Columbia: self published.

Tatsumi, Yoshihiro. A Drifting Life (2009). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.
—Winner, Best Reality-Based Work (2010 Eisner Awards).
—Winner, Best U.S. Edition of International Material—Asia (2010 Eisner Awards).

Modan, Rutu. Jamilti and Other Stories (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Delisle, Guy. Burma Chronicles (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Royal, Brandon. Pleasure Island: A Fable About Surviving Paradise (2008). Calgary, Alberta: self published.

Royal, Brandon and Paul Strahan. Bars of Steel (2008). Calgary, Alberta: self published.

Kulpa, Diana. Questionable Virtue (2007). Toronto, Ontario: unpublished screenplay.

Williams, Dave (publisher). The Open Mouth Food Culture Magazine (2006). Vancouver, British Columbia.
—Associate Editor / Head Writer.

 

Production Credits (Fiction):

Ryan, Garry. Blackbirds (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Bischoff, Theanna. Swallow (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2013 W.O. Mitchell Book Prize.
—Shortlisted for the 2013 Alberta Book Publishing Awards Book Cover/Jacket Design Award.

Kimmel, Fran. The Shore Girl (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Winner of the 2013 Alberta Reader’s Choice Award.
—Shortlisted for the 2013 Alberta Book Publishing Awards Trade Fiction Book Award.

Stocks, Cassie. Dance, Gladys, Dance (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Winner of the 2013 Stephen Leacock Medal for Canadian Humour Writing.

Howard, Barb. Western Taxidermy (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Boughn, Michael. Business As Usual (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Ryan, Garry. Malabarista (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Pepper-Smith, Robert. House of Spells (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Book Cover/Jacket Design.
—Winner for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Book Design.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Trade Fiction Book Award.

Zorn, Alice. Arrhythmia (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

McGrath, Wendy. Santa Rosa (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 City Book Prize, Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts Awards.

Froese, Gayleen. Grayling Cross (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Innes, Roy. Murder in the Chilcotin (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Dey, Myrna. Extensions (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Longlisted for the 2011 Giller Prize (People’s Choice selection).

Patterson-Z, Tanna. Butterflies in Bucaramanga (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Leslie, Rosella. Drift Child (2010). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

 

Production Credits (Non-Fiction):

McLachlan, Elizabeth. Herbert Has Lots for a Buck (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Meili, Dianne. Those Who Know: Profiles of Alberta’s Aboriginal Elders (20th Anniversary Edition) (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Winner of the 2013 Alberta Book Publishing Awards Trade Non-Fiction Book Award.

Miki, Roy. In Flux: Transnational Shifts in Asian Canadian Writing (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Lois Hole Award for Editorial Excellence.
—Nominated for the 2012 Editors Association of Canada Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence.

Ferguson, Ted. Strange Days: Amazing Stories From Canada’s Wildest Decade (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

 

Production Credits (Poetry):

Langhorst, Barbara. Restless White Fields (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Winner of the 2013 Saskatchewan Arts Board Poetry Award.
—Winner of the 2013 Alberta Book Publishing Awards Robert Kroetsch Poetry Book Award.

de Leeuw, Sarah. Geographies of a Lover (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Winner of the 2013 BC Book Prizes Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize.

Weaver, Andy. Gangson (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Book Cover/Jacket Design.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Robert Kroetsch Poetry Book Award.

 

Production Credits (Drama):

Martini, Clem. Martini with a Twist: Five Plays by Clem Martini (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Lemoine, Stewart. Witness to a Conga and Other Plays (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

 

Production Credits (Comics and Graphic Novels):

Tatsumi, Yoshihiro. A Drifting Life (2009). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.
—Winner, Best Reality-Based Work (2010 Eisner Awards).
—Winner, Best U.S. Edition of International Material—Asia (2010 Eisner Awards).

Wright, Doug. The Collected Doug Wright Volume One (2009). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Delisle, Guy. Burma Chronicles (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Modan, Rutu. Jamilti (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Freeman, Don. Skitzy: The Story of Floyd W. Skitafroid (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Lutes, Jason. Berlin Book Two: City of Smoke (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Lutes, Jason. Berlin Book One: City of Stones (2008—reprint). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Lutes, Jason. Berlin #16 (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

 

Book Jacket Copy / Web Copy Writing:

Bischoff, Theanna. Swallow (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Kimmel, Fran. The Shore Girl (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Martini, Clem. Martini with a Twist: Five Plays by Clem Martini (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Meili, Dianne. Those Who Know: 20th Anniversary Edition (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Stocks, Cassie. Dance, Gladys, Dance (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Langhorst, Barbara. Restless White Fields (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press

de Leeuw, Sarah. Geographies of a Lover (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Howard, Barb. Western Taxidermy (2012). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Miki, Roy. In Flux: Transnational Shifts in Asian Canadian Writing (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Lois Hole Award for Editorial Excellence.
—Nominated for the 2012 Editors Association of Canada Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence.

Boughn, Michael. Business As Usual (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Ryan, Garry. Malabarista (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Pepper-Smith, Robert. House of Spells (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Book Cover/Jacket Design.
—Winner for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Book Design.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Trade Fiction Book Award.

Zorn, Alice. Arrhythmia (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

McGrath, Wendy. Santa Rosa (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 City Book Prize, Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts Awards.

Weaver, Andy. Gangson (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Book Cover/Jacket Design.
—Nominated for the 2012 Alberta Book Publishing Awards, Robert Kroetsch Poetry Book Award.

Froese, Gayleen. Grayling Cross (2011). Edmonton, Alberta: NeWest Press.

Colek, Marek and Pat Shewchuk. Baba Yaga and the Wolf (2010). Vancouver, British Columbia: Koyama Press.

Northeast, Christian. Prayer Requested (2009). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Forsythe, Matthew. Ojingogo (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Colek, Marek and Pat Shewchuk. Pohadky (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

Nilsen, Anders. Big Questions #11 (2008). Montreal, Quebec: Drawn & Quarterly Publications.

 

Professional Associations:

Canadian Book Professionals Association                       2012—Present
Book Publishers Association of Alberta                           2010—2012
Editors Association of Canada, associate member        2005—Present