Elaine McCluskey joins Nimbus Publishing
Nimbus Publishing is proud to announce the addition of Canadian author, journalist, and former Canadian Press Atlantic Bureau Chief Elaine McCluskey to its editorial team.
Taking on the newly created position of Adult Non-fiction and Special Projects Editor, McCluskey will work closely with Senior Editor Whitney Moran to develop Nimbus’s non-fiction titles.
“I have long admired Nimbus and the impact it has had on our cultural landscape. I am thrilled to be joining the team,” says McCluskey.
McCluskey has worked with Nimbus and its fiction imprint, Vagrant Press, on a freelance basis, editing award-winning journalist Phonse Jessome’s first novel, Disposable Souls, and Canadian bestseller Truth & Honour: The Death of Richard Oland and the Trial of Dennis Oland by UNBSJ professor Greg Marquis.
General Manager Terrilee Bulger speaks on behalf of Nimbus: “We are thrilled that Elaine is joining our team. She is a great editor with a wealth of experience that Nimbus will greatly benefit from. This new position, with Elaine at the helm, will make our non-fiction list stronger.”
The author of two novels and three short-story collections, Elaine McCluskey’s most recent novel, The Most Heartless Town in Canada, was released in spring 2016. She will be joining the Nimbus team on January 5, 2017.