Angel Flanagan lives along Bay Sainte Marie with her husband and two sons. She enjoys walking the beaches hunting for tiny sea glass treasures from the past. She is also a photographer who enjoys growing her own vegetables and even has a few chickens. Angel is inspired by the rugged Nova Scotia coastlines with their roaring winds and crashing waves. A fascination with changing landscape and abandoned places is explored throughout her work.
Flanagan's work has been published in The Chronicle Herald, Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Ecosse, Xalt Magazine, Coastal Life Magazine and The Clare Shopper. One of her short stories appears in Moose House Stories Volume 1., and we are delighted to be publishing her first novel, Lost and Found, in the spring of 2021.