Writer + Editor + Translator
Mélissa Bull is a writer and editor, as well as a French-to-English translator of fiction, essays, and plays. Mélissa is the editor of Maisonneuve magazine's "Writing from Quebec" column. Her fiction, nonfiction, interviews, translations, and poetry have also appeared in such publications as Event, Nouveau Projet, Joyland, NewPoetry, SubTerrain, Lemon Hound, Urbania, The Puritan, and Prism International. She is the author of a collection of poetry, Rue (2015), and a collection of fiction, The Knockoff Eclipse (2018). Mélissa is the translator of Pascale Rafie’s play, The Baklawa Recipe (2018), Nelly Arcan's collection Burqa of Skin (2014), and her translation of Marie-Sissi Labrèche's novel, Borderline, is forthcoming (2020). Mélissa lives in Montreal.