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Angela Long

Angela Long

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The Toronto Star first published Angela in 2000. Since then her poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction have appeared in numerous publications including the Globe and Mail, Utne Reader and Poetry Ireland Review. Her work has been widely anthologized and she's won several awards. She's the author of Every Day We Disappear (Radiant Press, 2018) and Observations from Off the Grid (Libros Libertad, 2010). She completed a Masters of Journalism at Ryerson in 2017, and a BA in Creative Writing at UBC in 2007.



Observations from Off the Grid. Libros Liberatd, 2010
Every Day We Disappear. Radiant Press, 2018


Finalist, Brownen Wallace Memorial Award for Fiction, 2005
Second prize, Room Magazine for Fiction, 2007
First prize, Other Voices for Creative Nonfiction, 2008
First prize, Surrey International Writer's Conference for Poetry, 2008
Third prize, Accenti Magazine for Creative Nonfiction, 2009
First Place, Canadian Community Newspaper Association for Feature Writing, 2017
Second Place, Ontario Community Newspaper Association for Feature Writing, 2016
Poetry Award for FISH Anthology, 2020
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45 minutes
Creative Nonfiction
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