freelance writer with
a keen interest in
newspaper and magazine articles on
a wide range of topics, from people-
oriented features, to energy, business
and the environment, to the outdoors.
She is also a copy editor, and delights in
anything to do with words.
A Calgary-based writer
and editor who enjoys
telling stories, Frankie
counts herself lucky to
have work she loves
and the time to indulge in her passions of
travel and photography. She is living her
dream! Her story on co-parenting starts
on page 36.
Jane writes on the
windy (west) side of
She’s delighted to add
Apple magazine to her
healthy mix of publication credits, which
includes articles in more than a dozen
Canadian magazines and two non-fiction
books about Alberta’s place in Canada.
Jane also teaches creative writing at
Lethbridge College. Jane’s story 10 Tips
for Improving Your Financial Fitness starts
on page 32.
Lucas Warren is
a father, husband
and writer living in
Wetaskiwin with his
wife, two kids and
a purple fish named Goldie. He is the
founder and co-editor of WONK, a literary
arts sheet with the goal of making
Wetaskiwin cooler. His article Parents’
Health Affects Children’s Health, on page
28, is his second for the magazine.
With 25+ years of award-winning print and publication work, Julie
also turns heads with amazing display systems, wall murals and
her own wood furniture designs. Previously a founding partner/
designer of Alberta Venture magazine, Julie now applies both
passion and know-how to design, type and the ever-evolving world of
digitized production. Her indelible stamp is on the covers and feature stories of the past
three editions of Apple.