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Emily M. Keeler was born on 16 July, 1987 in Calgary, Canada, is a Book critic, newspaper and magazine editor. At 33 years old, Emily M. Keeler height not available right now. We will update Emily M. Keeler's height soon as possible.
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|Occupation||Book critic, newspaper and magazine editor|
|Emily M. Keeler Age||35 years old|
|Born||16 July 1987|
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Emily M. Keeler Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Emily M. Keeler worth at the age of 35 years old? Emily M. Keeler’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Canada. We have estimated Emily M. Keeler's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Keeler is also known for live-tweeting her experience being trapped inside the Yonge and Bloor location of Hudson's Bay Company after the store closed for the evening. In 2015 she served as a member of the CBC Radio q pop culture panel, and has also contributed to the CBC's Out in The Open.
In October 2014, after serving as a contributing editor for Hazlitt, Keeler became the books editor of The National Post. She held the position until December 2015, when she left to take on a senior editor role at The Walrus. Keeler was elected to the Board of Directors of PEN Canada in 2016, taking on the role of Vice-President. That same year she left the Walrus to begin work as editor of the Coach House Book series Exploded Views. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including The Globe and Mail, Maisonneuve and Quill & Quire.
Keeler's September 2013 interview with Canadian novelist and University of Toronto professor David Gilmour garnered national attention due to his admission that he prefers not to teach female novelists. In an interview with the National Post Gilmour claimed his comments were taken out of context explaining to Mark Medley that Keeler was "a young woman who kind of wanted to make a little name for herself." Hazlitt responded by releasing the full transcript of Keeler's interview with Gilmour so that as editor-in-chief Chris Frey explained "readers can judge for themselves."
In 2012, she founded Little Brother Magazine, a twice yearly publication of short stories, essays, and visual art. Having evolved from a Tumblr project, Keeler explained at the time of its release that she didn't want it referred to as a journal because "A journal is a dead thing." The magazine went on to win gold at the Canadian National Magazine Awards (CNMA) in 2013, for Jess Taylor's story, Pauls, in the Fiction category. Her dedication to keeping the publication as open as possible prompted Canada's trade publishing magazine, Quill & Quire, to name her as one of seven women in the book industry encouraging diversity. Six issues of Little Brother were released between 2012 and 2015.
Emily M. Keeler (born 16 July 1987) is a Canadian writer and editor.