She is also the translator (from French to English, & with the help of Melissa Chong and Pegless Barrios) of Le Quan Ninh's (2011) collection of aphorisms and short essays on musical improvisation entitled "Improvising Freely: The ABC's of An Experience." (Publication Studio, PS Guelph). In the Fall of 2014 Houle was the inaugural Writer-in-Residence at North House (University of Waterloo School of Architecture), on the rare Charitable Research Reserve...on the banks of the Grand River, just north of Cambridge. The residency was jointly sponsored by rare and The Musagetes Foundation. Houle is completing a collection of poetry from that residency. Here's an article by Laura McDonald that appeared in A/J (Alternatives Journal: Canada's Environmental Voice) about that time & the artistic practice she developed to meld science and poetry: Science and Sensibilities.