About Me

6-SThank you for visiting this page! Here I’ll tell you a bit more about myself.

I’ve lived in Toronto, Canada, for most of my life. My passion for all things ancient led me to study history and Near Eastern civilizations at the University of Toronto. In 2013, I participated in the Bethsaida Excavation Project in northern Israel, which later became an inspiration for my writing.

I initially planned to become a school teacher, but life has many twists and turns. Instead, I went on to become an editor and couldn’t be happier. I currently own Wilson Editorial, a small business that provides editing and indexing services to authors, publishers, and corporate organizations.  My specialties include scholarly publishing, academic journals, and trade fiction/non-fiction.

I began writing fiction shortly after graduating from my master’s program. After years of multiple rewrites, rejection letters, and an attempt at self-publishing, I finally landed a publishing contract at an independent press. My debut novel is coming in 2020. More information about it will be available soon.

“Olga is thorough and meticulous in her editing. She was attentive to the format and style of the text and consistent in comments and edits. She was punctual and returned the works by the time she promised. I definitely recommend her service.” Samine Tabatabaei,  PhD candidate in Art History, McGill University

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2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hello,

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  2. Hi, there.

    I saw your note on my website and decided to check out your website. Like you, I have a background in archaeology (I worked in Ontario as an archaeologist for 10 years), I’m an editor, and an author. Next time you’re at the Waldorf School, come by to introduce yourself. In my response to your comment, I suggest that you join us at the Vaughan Writers’ Club meetings. I think you might like it there.

    Take care,

    Elise

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