Perhaps better known for her writing of French-language stories, poetry and journalism, Jocelyne Villeneuve was nonetheless no stranger to publishing in English. She lived in Sudbury, where she was a champion of Franco-Ontarian culture. Wheel-chair confined as a result of illness and a car accident in 1967, the former librarian worked for many years as a freelance writer.
Greenmantle: An Ojibway Legend of the North (Author)
Marigolds in Snow (Author)
Nanna Bijou: The Sleeping Giant (Author)