I haven’t won the lottery yet, nor have I opened a dive shop… So let me welcome you to my corner of the world. My name is Emny Moghrabi- I’m a student, a reader, a writer, and a creator- not in that order, and certainly not only. Above all else, I enjoy two things: having fun, and taking things seriously.

I take my fun very seriously.

I’ve created this website as a means of showcasing my creative work and let me tell you… It has blossomed into a wonderful project on the ups and downs of website design, content creation, and the never-ending internal debate of “do I share this?”

Because that’s the hill I’m still running these days. I have all this energy, and I’m climbing all these trees, but I’m still learning how to share the view.

So I’ll just say this: Thank you for taking the time to stop by. I hope you find whatever you’re looking for, either here, or there, and no matter the reason for you visit- recreational or professional- please do not hesitate to contact me with comments or questions.

All the best,

What have I been up to?

Government of Alberta, Seasonal Employee
From campgrounds, to lookout towers, all the way to emergency response radio rooms- I’ve spent more than a few summers tackling new challenges and embracing new positions with the Ministry of Forestry and Agriculture, as well as the Ministry of Parks and Environment. Why work seasonal? Let me tell you about it…

Freelance Editor and Writer
(2012- Present)
I’m a big fan of words. I edit for structure, spelling, facts, and grammar on a wide range texts, including (but not limited to) academic papers, resumes, and cover letters. I also specialize in rhetorical analysis, tone, style, and diction. I continue to self-publish my creative and non-fiction work on this website, in addition to having a few articles published here and there.

Master of Library & Information Studies: University of Alberta
(2020 – 2023)
I’ve gotten really good with Zoom, but I’m sure I’ll have more to say here when things get going! What an interesting time we’re living in….

Bachelor of Arts: Simon Fraser University
English major, publishing minor. Creative writing certificate, receipt of the SFU open scholarship, and numerous writing awards. Graduated with blood, sweat, and tears. Oh, and distinction.