Taylor K. Long

Taylor K. Long is a writer, editor, and photographer.

My words have appeared in the New York Press, Popdose, A Bright Wall in a Dark Room, Bullz-Eye, Ear Farm, SOMA, Resonance, The Hofstra Chronicle and T-Sides, for which I am the Editor-in-Chief.

My photographs have appeared in the New York Times, the New York Press, New York Magazine, the New York Post, the Brooklyn Paper, Blackbook, the Upper Valley News, the Awl, Brooklyn Vegan, Free Williamsburg, and more.

I currently spend my days in Windsor, Vermont. By weekday, I’m a Communications Specialist in the President’s Office at Dartmouth, and with my free time, I’m also a freelance writer, editor, and proofreader, voracious hiker, frequent pie-maker, roller derby gal, and Seahawks fan. I was born outside of Seattle, Washington, where I spent 18 years immersing myself in nature, music, and seafood. Before coming to Vermont, I spent nine years in New York to study writing, photography, and being broke.

If you’d like to see my full resume, you can find it here.

December 7, 2013 - I recently wrote about why I loved Room 237, the documentary about people’s theories on The Shining, for Bright Wall/Dark Room magazine.