Karen Pinchin is a journalist specialising in complex, investigation-fuelled stories about food, science, culture, and the environment.
Born in Toronto, Karen lived in Quebec City, Vancouver, and Fredericton, and briefly in France and Malaysia. She studied journalism and history at Carleton University, French as a second language at Université Laval, international affairs at Bard College, and professional cooking at Northwest Culinary Academy. She lives in Nova Scotia.
Her first book Kings of Their Own Ocean is the story of a mercurial fisherman and one Atlantic bluefin tuna he chased.