Trudy Kelly Forsythe
An award-winning journalist, Trudy Kelly Forsythe has worked in the media for over 25 years, starting out freelancing for a hunting and fishing magazine. She has an English honours degree from the University of New Brunswick and a radio broadcasting diploma from the Atlantic Broadcast Centre. Over the years, she has written and edited for a variety of media including daily and weekly newspapers, magazines, radio and the World Wide Web as well as for corporate and government clients. She is co-owner of Cultivating Communications, a full service communications company serving the agriculture sector.
Trudy is one of 18 writers from across Canada featured in Prose to Go: Tales from a Private List, a collection of non-fiction stories published by Bridgeross. Her story was about a trip to Moncton, New Brunswick, to see a Rolling Stones concert. She is the author of Chip and Crystal Experience Energy, a Grade 4-level children’s book about the history of energy in New Brunswick.
Trudy has worked as a co-editor and editor on a variety of publications including two print books: PWAC Guide to Roughing it in the Market: A Survival Toolkit for the Savvy Writer by Angie Gallop, and Heaven Help Hope: Our Decade Battle With ALS by Rev. Ernie D. Eldridge. She is also the editor and co-author of Independent Writers’ Guide to Government Action, an electronic publication written with Tracey Arial for the Professional Writers Association of Canada.
Trudy is the Atlantic Regional Director for the Professional Writers Association of Canada, the president of the Atlantic Canada Farm Writers’ Association and a member of the Canadian Farm Writers’ Association and the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists.
Rolling Stones: A Bang for all Generations published in Prose to Go
Tales from a Private List
Chip and Crystal Experience Energy