Judy Quinn

Judy Quinn (born 1974) is a Canadian writer and editor living in Quebec.[1]

Judy Quinn
Born1974 (1974)
Quebec City, Quebec
Genrepoetry, novel

She was born in Quebec City and studied literature at the Université du Québec à Montréal and the Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail in France. She is literary critic and editor for the literary journal Nuit blanche.[2] She also has contributed to various publications including Le Devoir.[1]

Quinn published three collections of poetry: L'émondé (2008), Six heures vingt (2010) and Les damnés inflationnistes' (2012). She received the Prix littéraires Radio-Canada and the Prix Félix-Antoine-Savard for her poetry. In 2012, she published a novel Hunter s’est laissé couler which received the Prix Robert-Cliche; it was also a finalist for the Grand prix littéraire Archambault.[2][3]

In 2013, she was writer in residence at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris.[2]


  1. "Documentaire - Yvon Deschamps et sa messe sans dieu". Le Devoir (in French). November 14, 2012.
  2. "L'auteure Québecoise Judy Quinn en résidence à Paris" (PDF) (in French). L’Institut Canadien de Québec.
  3. Bornais, Marie-France. "La force poétique de Judy Quinn". Le Journal de Québec (in French). Retrieved 30 July 2016.
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