I love the whole book-making process and have explored every facet of it, from writing to editing, publishing, printing and even book binding. I’ve worked as a copywriter for radio and a journalist. More recently, I’ve bent my efforts to writing novels, short stories and picture books. In 1996, the Banff Book Editing Program launched me into editing. Since then I’ve had the pleasure of working with many writers. My career as a publisher has been short, but enjoyable. In 1995, I established Kingfisher Publishing and together with a partner produced an anthology with 33 contributors titled ShoreLines: Memoirs & Tales of the Discovery Islands. In 2010, I established Peregrin Publishing, which to date has produced an anthology (Escape) that features the work of 28 artists and writers, and 4 picture books. The most recent of these, Heather Kellerhals-Stewart's delightful Oh No, Noah, can be viewed on this site on the Peregrin page.
Present and future pursuits include more writing, painting, editing and publishing, along with more swimming, laughing and loving. Because there’s always room for more.