Roseline Lambert was born in Montreal in 1978. She is a poet and anthropologist. She published Clinique with Éditions Poètes de brousse in 2016, as well as several poems in magazines in Quebec, France and Romania. She is currently undertaking doctoral research and teaches anthropology of art and poetry at Concordia University in Montreal, where she is a member of the Center for Sensory Studies.
Her approach to writing is built through the integration of ethnographic and theoretical texts in her poems. She won the Quebec poetry prize Félix-Antoine-Savard in 2017.