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Gillian Rodgerson is a freelance editor and writer, based in Toronto, Canada. She specializes in literary fiction, mysteries, and memoirs. Her other editing interests include cookbooks, non-fiction, poetry, sexual politics, history, religious issues, and self-help guides.


She currently teaches fiction editing in the post-graduate Publishing Certificate Program through the G. Raymond Chang School at Toronto Metropolitan University.


After the School of Experiential Education (SEE) and religious studies at the University of Waterloo, Gillian joined the collective of The Body Politic, Canada's gay liberation newspaper, and edited Capital Gay newspaper and Diva magazine in London, England. She has contributed to BBC radio and television, and programs for Britain's Channel 4.


Gillian was a founder member of Feminists Against Censorship and, with Elizabeth Wilson, edited Pornography and Feminism: the case against censorship.


She is a member of the Board of Directors of Pink Triangle Press, publishers of


When Gillian isn't reading and writing, she can usually be found in her kitchen or in her kayak: she finds peace in both places.

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