Book lover, editor, writer,
Awards & Honours
Indigenous Canada – University of Alberta MOOC, 2021
Countering Stereotypes of Indigenous Peoples – University of Alberta, 2021
Working with Indie Authors with Tanya Gold, 2021
Trauma-Informed Editing with
Iva Cheung – Editors Canada Conference session 2021
Inclusive Language as a Tool of Transformation with S. Kate Moore – Editors Canada Conference session 2021
Language, Gender, and Pronouns with James Harbeck – Editors Canada Conference session 2021
Editing Fiction at Sentence Level with Louise Harnby, 2021
Editors Canada Student Affiliate
Hi, I’m Lindsay.
I am an editor, writer, and podcaster living in the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario. My pronouns are she/her, and my background is in English literature (University of Guelph). I am a graduate of Simon Fraser University’s Editing Certificate.
I have an abiding love of language, story, grammar,
etymology, and the Oxford comma. I like nothing more than to tinker with words in order to find their perfect flow and meaning.
When not editing, I am a branch assistant at the Haliburton County Public Library. In this way I ensure that ALL of my working hours are spent surrounded by books in one way or another. My professional editing clients include Ivey Publishing, The Collaborative Summer Library Program, and Juniper Editing & Creative.
Outside of work, I read a ton of books (click here for my all-time favourites), write fiction, essays and book reviews, and co-host a podcast called Story Girls: A Fortnightly Podcast About Books, with a Dash of Absurdity. You can find some of my writing at Write or Die Tribe. I also have two cats who demand quite a lot of time and attention.