National Newspaper Award-winning Journalist and Health Reporter
Christina Frangou is a Calgary-based freelance magazine writer who specializes in writing about health, medicine and social issues. Her work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, Maclean’s, FASHION and Chatelaine. She writes about topics like refugees, grief, loneliness and public health. In 2016, she won a National Newspaper Award for long-feature writing for a story about her experience as a young widow in the aftermath of her husband’s death. She’s also a two-time finalist for a National Magazine Award and the winner of multiple Alberta Magazine Awards.
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COURSE: The Art of Health & Science Writing
REPLAY: Writing About Trauma (Including Your Own)