|Notable works||Code White|
|Notable awards||2009 Dayne Ogilvie Prize|
A graduate of the creative writing program at York University, her publications to date include the novel Code White (2005) and the play Withholding. Her work has also been anthologized in Bent on Writing: Contemporary Queer Tales (2002), Brazen Femme: Queering Femininity (2002), Geeks, Misfits and Outlaws (2003) and Persistence: All Ways Butch and Femme (2011). Her writing has also been published by periodicals including Fireweed, Xtra!, The Church-Wellesley Review, Tessera, Shameless, periwinkle, Zygote, Acta Victoriana, Hook & Ladder, dig and Siren.
While at York University, she won the institution's George Ryga Award, a prize for the best play written by a student in the university's playwrighting courses. She has also written and released a short animated film, Don't Touch Me, which premiered at the Inside Out Film and Video Festival in 1998.
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