RESEARCHER, EDITOR, WRITER & READER.
PRINT & POLITICS.
I hold a PhD in English from the University of Alberta, with research focusing on the circulation of print and the reading publics that formed the leftist pamphleteering culture of 1930s Canada. Between 2015 and 2019, I worked as a political advisor within the Notley government in Alberta. My current work examines the intersection of print, readers, surveillance, and the state in postwar Canada. I live in Edmonton, where I am amassing very heavy collections of cheap print and vinyl records.