Fiona Campbell is a freelance writer, journalist, photographer, poet, editor, traveller and activist.
Over the past 15+ years she’s been published in an eclectic range of national magazines and websites on topics related to food, farming, nature, the environment and social justice, and has worked with several NGOs and not-for-profits. She is also editor for the Ecological Farmers of Ontario, and enjoys teaching creative nonfiction (CNF) workshops and mentoring new writers, as well as Director of Communications & Outreach for the QAC,
She has a MFA in creative nonfiction from the University of King’s College, a BAA in journalism from Ryerson University, and a BA in international development from the University of Guelph.
Fiona is currently working on a collection of lyrical essays and poetry called “Digging Deep: On Food, Farming and a Life in Contradiction” about her move back to a farm (dream meets reality), and what happens to our body, communities, identity and humanity when we become disconnected from the land and our food.
She currently lives in Madoc, Ont., with her two teenage kids, three cats, one dog, and too many books.