Writer. Editor. Teacher. Public speaker and professional cheerleader to writers of all stripes.
Jenn Farrell is the author of two collections of short stories: The Devil You Know (Anvil Press, 2010), and Sugar Bush & Other Stories (Anvil Press, 2006).
Her stories have previously appeared in Prism, subTerrain, West Coast Line and Forget magazine. She has acted as reader and editor for several winning entries in the 3-Day Novel Contest, and in 2006, made her broadcast debut as a judge for Book Television's coverage of the event.
Jenn's writing and editing skills have led her to work in a variety of industries, including the arts, the military, gaming, tourism, and pharmaceuticals.
She is the two-time winner of the Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, recipient of the 2002 Maclean-Hunter Endowment Prize for non-fiction, a former contributor to CBC Radio and former managing editor of subTerrain magazine. She is a board member of the B.C. Association of Magazine Publishers.
Jenn was born and raised in the "Golden Horseshoe" of Ontario. She is a graduate of the Langara College Publishing program and Douglas College Print Futures: Professional Writing program. She currently resides in Vancouver where she works as a freelance writer, editor, and teacher.