“Rule 7: The only rule is work. If you work it will lead to something. It’s the people who do all of the work all of the time who eventually catch on to things.”

Sister Corita Kent

Amanda Lewis is a fiction and non-fiction editor with experience in traditional publishing, self-publishing, and hybrid publishing models. She specializes in hard-hitting non-fiction in numerous categories, including memoir, business, tech, activism, and “big ideas.” Books she’s worked on have become #1 national and international bestsellers, and won the Scotiabank Giller Prize, Governor General’s Literary Award, and Hilary Weston/Rogers Writers’ Trust Prize for Literary Non-Fiction.

Formerly an editor at Penguin Random House Canada, Amanda is currently Editorial Director at Page Two, where she provides substantive and developmental edits on a wide variety of non-fiction books while growing Page Two’s client base. She is also co-founder and Literary Director of The Reading Line, a unique literary festival that hosts Book Rides promoting local authors and advocating for infrastructure improvements for cyclists and pedestrians.

Learn more about Amanda and the books she’s worked on.