Kim McCullough was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, with short stints up north in British Columbia and Manitoba and in Quebec.
Kim is a two-time winner of the Jon Whyte Memorial Essay Award, and is a National Magazine Award finalist for her essay Night/light. Her novel Clearwater is a 2014 High Plains Award winner.
A former writing mentor at UBC’s and with the Writers’ Guild of Alberta, Kim continues to work with writers of all levels in multiple genres.
Kim teaches ESL in high school, and offers creative writing workshops for teens and adults.
Kim has published writing in various publications including The New Quarterly, Room Magazine, and Grain. She has contributed writing to The Puritan, 49th Shelf, Small Town Social and Me in a Tree websites, and has reviewed books for the Saskatchewan Publishers’ Group and PRISM Magazine’s online edition. Kim has served on the editorial board for PRISM magazine, and has judged various writing contests.
Kim lives in Calgary, AB, with her family.
To get in touch, please use the form below to send an email. If you prefer, you may write to kim [at] kimmccullough [dot] ca.