Heidi Sopinka has worked as a bush cook in the Yukon, a travel writer in Southeast Asia, a helicopter pilot, a magazine editor, and is co-founder and co-designer at Horses Atelier. She is widely published as a journalist in Canada, where she won a national magazine award and was The Globe and Mail's environment columnist. She has also written for The Believer. The Dictionary of Animal Languages, her first novel, is published by Penguin Random House (Canada), Scribe (UK, Australia, New Zealand), is forthcoming in the US this September, and is being translated into Polish.

 

 

 
 Photo by  Arden Wray

Photo by Arden Wray