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Praise for Every Day We Disappear

“Angela Long writes of hash dens and tulip fields, avocados dropping like bombs in Guatemala, 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.”

Susan Musgrave, author of Exculpatory Lilies


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Bylines: Utne Reader, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Kyoto Journal, Alimentum, Sun Magazine, Geez, EVENT, Traveler’s Tales/Tales To Go, Bibliosofia, Grain, Room, PRECIPICe,  Existere, Accenti, Northword, Cahoots, Other Voices, Poetry Ireland Review, The New Quarterly, The New Writer, Frogmore Papers, Equinox, The Interpreter’s House, Nashwaak Review, Carousel, Prairie Journal, Canadian Literature, Tower Poetry Society, The Antigonish Review, contemporary verse2, Prairie Fire Press, Arc, Brittle Star, The Dalhousie Review, Ryerson Review of Journalism, Folio, Haliburton Echo, Minden Times, Bancroft This Week, Yukon North of Ordinary, The Philanthropist

Read J-Source “The Fluff Stops Here” series based on a months-long research trip across Canada visiting rural media outlets:

Fluff series

Read selected articles from my work as a contributing writer for The Philanthropist:

“The Future of Work”

Future of Work

“Northern Light”

Northern Light

“Snapshot of a Rural Dilemma”

rural news

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