Prince Albert SK S6V 3V1
- Kim Kuzak has been writing all of her life. While raising a child, she released a CD of original songs and completed her BEd at the University of Winnipeg, winning the gold medal in English. Later she moved to Saskatchewan and completed an MA in Women's and Gender Studies. Her thesis, Beauty Consumption in a Global Context, was nominated for two awards. She won a number of academic awards including the prestigious Avie Bennet Award.
Kim has recently begun to get serious about creative writing with an emphasis on poetry, short stories and creative non-fiction. She has been published in Transition Magazine and The Society. As well, some of her poetry is published in Skating in the the Exit Light, an anthology of the works of members of the Saskatchewan writing group, Sans Nom.
Kim has also been establishing herself as an editor of non-fiction. She is available to edit work in the following categories of non-fiction: academia, biographical, commentary, historical and philosophical. Her editing credits to date include The History of Theatre in Prince Albert by Robert du Laux, and Riel, Dumont, and the 1885 Rebellion by Robert Brown, as well as countless essays and letters by students and friends over the years.
Kim is an actor who recently performed the lead roles in Mending Fences produced by the E.A. Rawlinson Centre in PA, and in Wit and Two produced by Odyssey Productions. Her day job is Instructor in the Learning Centre at SIAST Woodland Campus where she assists students in levels from basic literacy to Master's Level, with a variety of written work.
- Poet, Song Writer, Essay and Article Writer
- Proofreader and Editor