Kerry Kelly's writing career began at the tender age of three, when she took a pen to the introductory pages inside the volumes of the family encyclopedia set. No blank sheet of paper has been safe since.
She has been a full-time professional print and web writer for over 15 years covering a broad range of political, economic and social issues. Her byline has appeared in the Toronto Star, Now magazine, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Sudbury Star, and North Bay Nugget. She is the author of two works of fiction published by Dundern Press: The Family Album and The Year She Left
Kerry holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Ottawa's Carleton University and a Master of Information degree from the University of Toronto with a particular interest in Advocacy and Access to Information.
She likes both the Rock and the Roll, and while she has yet to call Toronto her home, she's happy to admit she lives there.