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Christina Manolescu founded a Montreal Writers' and Self-Publishers' networking group known as INVISIBLE CITIES NETWORK in 2001.

With writer NAT Grant, she hosted the ICN 2005 Book & Creative Arts Conference at FACE School Auditorium, Montreal, Quebec.

Her published work, including non-fiction and translation, has appeared in local newspapers, educational journals, technical publications, special interest newsletters, annual reports and closed captioning for feature films.

Her self-published illustrated poetry and prize-winning fiction have appeared in print, on the web, and on cassette tape/CD under the imprint: Prince Chameleon Press

She has taught various subjects, age levels and classes, including English as a Second Language in Canada and abroad for over 25 years.

She has been guest visitor, panelist and speaker for various organizations and schools in Canada and the UK, staging readings and answering questions about her work.

As an active member of the Small Press Group of Britain, she helped organize their annual small press fair in Westminster, London, UK, in 1994.

Having studied Computer Graphics and Digital Imagery at Rosemount Technical College, she undertakes design, layout and pre-press management of print and electronic media for Prince Chameleon Press and also for a select clientele. She presents workshop-seminars on Self-Publishing.

Christina Manolescu, BA, Honours Literature, TESL Certificate, Concordia University, Montreal

For details on the previous ICN Conference, please visit
ICN Conference article 1
ICN Conference article 2

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