Kim McCullough was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, with short stints up north in both British Columbia and Manitoba.
Kim never shared a page of writing with anyone until she attended the inaugural Fernie Writers’ Conference. Since then, Kim has returned to the conference every year, both as a student and as an instructor.
Kim won the 2013 Jon Whyte Memorial Essay Award for her lyric essay on postpartum depression.
Kim has completed her Masters degree in Creative Writing (opt-res) at UBC. The program has provided Kim with the opportunity to grow as a fiction writer, and also to hone her non-fiction, poetry and playwriting skills. Kim is currently a mentor at UBC’s Booming Ground.
Kim teaches junior high language arts and drama, and offers creative writing workshops for teens and adults. Kim volunteers as a writing faciliator at a non-profit agency that supports women in recovery from addiction.
Kim has contributed writing to the 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 also serves on the editorial board for PRISM magazine.
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.