Grace Casselman is a professional journalist and editor who specializes in technology and business reporting. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Journalism degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, with Combined Honours in Canadian Studies and a minor in French.

Of interest, she has been focusing on technology-related journalism for more than a decade.

Her past pursuits have included:

  • Editor (freelance), ebiz Magazine – focusing on business and the Internet, 1999-2000.
  • Editor (freelance), Canadian Computer Wholesaler, a technology magazine for Canadian computer resellers, integrators and consultants, 1996-1999.
  • Editor at ComputerWorld Canada, a Toronto-based newspaper aimed at information technology professionals, published by Laurentian Technomedia Inc. In her time at LTI (1994-96), she also edited Reseller World and WebWorld.
  • News Editor for Computer Dealer News (1991-94) in Toronto, published by Plesman Publications.

Over the years, her byline has appeared in numerous publications, including: The National Post, The Calgary Herald, The Globe and Mail, Inter@ctive Week, ebiz Magazine, Profit Magazine, Alberta Venture, The Computer Paper, ComputerWorld Canada, e-Business Journal, Network World Canada,, InfoCanada, The Bottom Line, Time Canada/CANOE E-street, Canadian Computer Wholesaler, Reseller World, CIO Canada, Intranet Journal, WebWorld, High-Tech Careers Journal (HTC), Canadian Retailer, Calgary CityScope, Computer Dealer News, Computing Canada, Canadian Electronics, Home Computing & Entertainment, Technology in Government, Canadian Computer Reseller, InfoSystems Executive, the Smith Falls Record News, the Espanola Monitor and the Ottawa Citizen.

Grace has also done occasional public relations-related writing, primarily for the construction industry.

Grace gets quoted:

CIPS Newsletter, January 2000

Grace is now devoting considerable time to fiction writing, starting with A Hole in the Hedge.