At her core, Gina Noelle Daggett is a storyteller, a weaver of words and visual arts with one goal in mind: to move people.
Daggett’s deepest love is writing fiction. Her debut novel, Jukebox, was published in 2010 and it is being adapted into a feature film. Currently, she is working on her second novel, which gets her up before sunrise each morning.
As a creative writer, Daggett is best known under the pen name “Lipstick” from the popular column Lipstick & Dipstick in CURVE Magazine.
For over 18 years, Daggett has been a freelance writer. She writes regularly for the Vancouver Sun and The Province—sports features, food reviews, as well as stories about Whistler, BC. Over the years, her words have appeared in CURVE (where she’s also a contributing editor), Portland Tribune, The Pique, Passport Magazine, Portland Monthly, Just Out, Nervy Girl, and Girlfriends.
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