Professor, Writing for the Web Class
Moira Farr is a writer and editor whose essays, reviews and feature articles have appeared in numerous publications, including The Walrus, Toronto Life, Ottawa, Chatelaine, Canadian Geographic and The Globe and Mail. Her first book, After Daniel: A Suicide Survivor’s Tale was shortlisted for a number of awards. She contributed a chapter to The Bigger Picture: Elements of Feature Writing (Emond Montgomery, 2008). She is co-editor of Cabin Fever: The Best New Canadian Non Fiction, published in 2009 by Thomas Allen. She is currently working on a novel, and various feature assignments.
farrm [at] algonquincollege [dot] com
Jessica Rousseau is a freelance graphic designer, illustrator, and writer with a passion for good design and strong writing. Jessica is a recent grad from Algonquin College's Graphic Design program, where she collected over 20 awards for her student work. She now freelances for marketing firms, design studios, and businesses that are looking for high quality design and clever business copy. She is a proponent of blogging and social media for business communications.
roussej [at] algonquincollege [dot] com
Professional Writing Program Coordinator
Nadine McInnis, is the author of one book of literary criticism, Poetics of Desire, one book of short fiction, Quicksilver, and five books of poetry, Shaking the Dreamland Tree, The Litmus Body, Hand to Hand, First Fire / Ce feu qui devore, and Two Hemispheres, which was shortlisted for two national awards. Her next book of short fiction, Blood Secrets, will appear in 2011. She’s published widely in magazines in Canada and is a past winner of a CBC literary award and the Ottawa Book Award. She joined the faculty of Algonquin College in 2006, after working as a policy analyst in the federal government where she focused on the publishing industries in Canada.
(613) 727-4723 ext.2457
mcinnin [at] algonquincollege [dot] com