Lee Ellen uses her passion for Canada, language, history, and the arts, and mixes it with her many years’ experience in education and business, and her love of travel and people. The result is an “interesting” mix of travel blogging, poetry, photography, and acrylic paintings.
She works as a satellite writer, editor, and social media marketing specialist for a number of companies. Currently settled in Prince Edward Island with her partner, Richard Lemm, in a place called “The Bird House,” she takes long walks with Richard, their collie, Théo, and many grandchildren.
She is currently working on a poetry manuscript about Vincent Van Gogh, his life, his art, and his writing, and some personal essays.
Capital Encounters: a brief history of New Brunswick’s Capital Region. ed, (March 2012).
À la découverte de la capitale: une brève histoire de la région de la capitale du Nouveau-Brunswick. réd.(mars 2012).
From Pushthrough to Madagascar: a Chapbook. Saturday Morning Chapbooks, Charlottetown (2005).
Also published in Windsor Review, Canadian Military History, and various other journals.