Caitlin Marceau is an author and professional editor living and working in Montreal. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing, and is a member of the Horror Writers Association and the Quebec Writers’ Federation. She’s been published for journalism, horror, experimental fiction, poetry, as well as creative non-fiction.
Caitlin has spoken at several Canadian conventions with a focus on women in media, both as creators and as the subjects of pop culture. Her feminist horror workshop, “Bikinis, Brains, and Boogeymen: How To Write Realistic Women In Horror,” debuted at the Montreal Comiccon in 2014 and was acclaimed by Yell Magazine. Since then, she’s gone on to present workshops discussing how to better include women in media creation, gender representation in Disney, and body diversity in pop culture.
If she’s not covered in ink or wading through stacks of paper, you can find her ranting about issues in pop culture or nerding out over a good book.
Katherine Marceau is a social media manager from Montreal with a passion for trying new things and experimenting with trends. Like her sister, she holds a B.A. in Creative Writing, but prefers to spend her time editing work as opposed to writing it. Additionally, she holds a certificate in teaching English as a second language, and an interest in teaching abroad.
Katherine is an eternal optimist, adventurer, and—in the spirit of trying something new—now an author. Previously, she’s worked in journalism, copywriting, and has managed social media profiles for several large companies, including a nonprofit.
When she’s not busy texting, or scrolling through Instagram, you can catch her at the cinema indulging in popcorn and obsessing over the latest releases.