Ann-Margret Hovsepian is a Canadian Christian involved in writing ministry in Canada.

Ann-Margret Hovsepian is an award-winning writer in Montreal with two decades of professional experience in various areas of the publishing world. She has written about 300 articles for dozens of different Canadian and U.S. print periodicals and is the author or co-author of three preteen girls’ devotional books (with a fourth on the way!) Her feature story in the May 2012 issue of Christianity Today won a first-place award from the Evangelical Press Association in the Freelance Article category.

In addition to her writing projects, Ann-Margret is involved with women’s ministry and has had the opportunity to speak at several women’s events. She also appeared as a guest on a number of radio programs across the U.S. after the release of her latest book. Ann-Margret is also passionate about missions and evangelism. 

Christian testimony

Ann-Margret Hovsepian became a Christian in 1980.

Accolades for Ann-Margret Hovsepian

  • "Ann-Margret has been providing compelling stories to ChristianWeek for quite a few years. Any assignment we send her way returns with a strong human interest angle. As an editor I admire her ability to make people and events in her part of the world come alive to readers throughout Canada.
    Oh yes, I also appreciate that her articles arrive on time and within the assigned word count. CW is happy to publish her work.
    - Doug Koop, Editorial Director of Christian Week Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • "Without exception, as a supplier, I found her to be reliable, willing to accept direction, and open to critique without defensiveness, yet able to defend her point of view. As well she missed no deadlines, and kept me fully appraised of her progress or any potential delays...
    As a researcher she gave evidence of being both thorough in documentary research, and adept in interviews. As a writer, she has an excellent command of the language, and obviously more than grasps the fundamentals of structure and flow, including creating strong openings and conclusions.
    Her writing is smooth and natural in its feel, with few missteps... I expect her reputation to grow as more editors and others discover her strengths."
    - Larry Matthews, former Managing Editor of Faith Today and former Editor of The Canadian Baptist Toronto, Ontario
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