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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.