About Dominique

Dominique Russell is a writer, activist, scholar and teacher.  She is the author of Instructions for Dreamers (Swimmers Group); Kensington, I Remember (Russell Creek Press); Taking the Waking Slow (Balmer Press); and the editor of Rape in Art Cinema (Bloomsbury). The co-founder and current chair of Friends of Kensington Market, she is also one of the founders of the Kensington Market Land Trust. She teaches French to new immigrants.

Services Offered

  • Creative and academic translation (French and Spanish to English)
  • Teaching (private, French)
  • Speaking engagements