Judy Quinn (born 1974) is a Canadian writer and editor living in Quebec.
Quebec City, Quebec
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. She also has contributed to various publications including Le Devoir.
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.
- "Documentaire - Yvon Deschamps et sa messe sans dieu". Le Devoir (in French). November 14, 2012.
- "L'auteure Québecoise Judy Quinn en résidence à Paris" (PDF) (in French). L’Institut Canadien de Québec.
- Bornais, Marie-France. "La force poétique de Judy Quinn". Le Journal de Québec (in French). Retrieved 30 July 2016.