Every Day We Disappear by Angela LongEvery Day We Disappear by Angela Long

Every Day We Disappear

byAngela LongEditordee Hobsbawn-Smith

Paperback | September 30, 2018

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Playful, thought provoking and evocative, Every Day We Disappear recounts Angela Long's travels around the world. In this, her first book of non-fiction, she writes about many things: falling in love with an aspiring monk, meeting her birth mother, being hugged by a saint, tree planting and witnessing firsthand the lives of those who live in poverty. She also learns to sit still and listen. This is masterful and poetic storytelling told from the viewpoint of an adventurous spirit.

Angela Long is a journalist, a poet and a free spirit. She has contributed to an extensive list of anthologies and periodicals, and has had articles published in The Globe and Mail and other newspapers. She is the author of a book of poetry, Observations from Off the Grid published in 2010, and has earned a BFA in Creative Writing from...
Title:Every Day We DisappearFormat:PaperbackDimensions:248 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:September 30, 2018Publisher:Radiant PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1775183939

ISBN - 13:9781775183938

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"It was like I'd flown to the end of the world; this was what would become of us when all the systems we held dear came toppling down. I'd stood in the centre of a roundabout, stranded until it was clear to cross. I'd watched the chaos swirl around and around, somehow none of it colliding with a sacred cow. I'd waited for it all to explode or implode or even just stop for a moment and take a breath. But it hadn't. 'A functioning anarchy,' was how a friend with a penchant for politics had described it with admiration."