Writing that takes you places

Canola fields, July


AUGUST 9, 2018

Upcoming Book

Just finished reading the proofs for my collection of essays Every Day We Disappear which will be published by Saskatchewan literary press, Radiant, very soon. Writer Susan Musgrave was kind enough to review the book:

Angela Long writes of hash dens and tulip fields, avocados dropping like bombs in EDWD - Plain PhotoGuatemala, plotting to free an elephant in the cardamom forests beyond Madurai; she writes with a clear eye, a big heart, a wry wit. She offers tender hope for the f-word (the future) in this engaging, endearing, life-affirming book.

Local News Project

On a rainy day in late April, I packed up my car in Toronto and headed west to begin work on a local news reserach project, thanks to the Canada Council and  Wolsak & Wynn.


Here’s a Tweet that marked my return:Screen Shot 2018-08-09 at 1.23.04 PM

Tomorrow I will head east to PEI where I will interview the staff at the Eastern Graphic in Montague and visit several other Atlantic Canada communities. Stay tuned for stories about local news in rural Canada.






































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