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Here is a picture of my mother, myself and Stephen Hawking at a farmer's market in St. Jacobs Ontario.

Here is a picture of my mother, myself and Stephen Hawking at a farmer’s market in St. Jacobs Ontario.

From the Raising Edmonton website “Top 5 blogs to follow“: The Undad brings that Dad perspective, with posts that are relatable, and make me say “hmm”. We like reading his perspective in the adventure of raising a young kid.

About me:

I am a professional writer, which means I am for hire. Doesn’t have to be for money…offer me something.

Here is a bit of a resume:

Editor (Fort Saskatchewan Record, Camrose Canadian, Gig City)

Journalist (Edmonton Sun, Edmonton Examiner,  Fangoria Magazine, Exclaim Magazine, Sherwood Park News, Vue Magazine)

Creative (CBC’s The Irrelevant Show, Mostly Water Theatre, Friends Without Benefits, Edmonton International Fringe Festival)

I’ve also done copywriting, scripting and performance work for The City of Edmonton, Scottish Passport, Mountain Equipment Co-op and The Autism Society of Edmonton Area.

To add one more point, I’m a professional canoe guide. Have guided trips all over Canada. I like the outdoors. A lot.

Email: Trent@thetrentwilkie.com 

Call: 587.930.4357

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