Andrea Martineau is a writer, poet, bibliophile, and phytomaniac with a penchant for heritage buildings and their paranormal tenants. She left her hometown of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan to complete her Bachelor of Arts in English and Certificate in Public Relations at the University of Regina. Since then, she’s completed a Certificate in Entertainment Law from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and has taken courses in Book Publishing through Toronto Metropolitan University.

Her poetry has previously been published and shared in untethered magazine, Blank Spaces, [SPACE], Figroot Press, and The League of Canadian Poets’ Poetry Pause. She now resides on Treaty Four Territory in oskana kâ-asastêki (Regina, Saskatchewan) with her family, rescue cats, Horsfield tortoise, and collection of houseplants, where she is writing her first novel.