Taylor Lambert

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taylor@taylorlambert.ca

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I'm a journalist based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Most of my work is longform literary journalism, whether online, in magazines or books.

These days, I mostly report on Alberta politics for The Sprawl, but I've also freelanced for a wide variety of publications. More sporadically, I host a podcast, teach the odd journalism or writing class, and perform editing services on contract.

secure contact

If you want to reach out with sensitive information or are concerned about privacy, the best and simplest way is to contact me on Signal, an encrypted and open-source messaging app. Alternatively, my PGP key is available at Keybase.

recent work

How Alberta threw away $1.5 billion on Keystone XL
      The Sprawl, 17 July 2021

A heatwave during flood season? They're connected
      The Sprawl, 3 July 2021

Alberta's forgotten history of activism
      The Sprawl, 30 June 2021

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books

awards + nominations

2020 National Magazine Awards

nominated, Long-Form Feature - The Young Zealot (The Sprawl)

2020 Alberta Magazine Publishers Assoc. Awards

silver, Best Alberta Story - Looking Toward The Future Of Stampede (Avenue Calgary)

2018 City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize

winner - Darwin’s Moving (NeWest, 2017)

2018 Alberta Book Publishing Awards

runner-up, Non-fiction - Darwin’s Moving (NeWest, 2017)

2018 Alberta Magazine Publishers Assoc. Awards

nominated, Best Short Feature - Trade and Turmoil in the Age of Trump (UAlberta Business Magazine)

2017 Alberta Magazine Publishers Assoc. Awards

 silver, Best Alberta Feature - Coming Through Slaughter (Swerve)

nominated, Best Long Feature - The Demise of Seventeenth Avenue (Swerve)

werds in

Hazlitt, The Sprawl, Maisonneuve, Canadaland, Alberta Views, Swerve, Vice News, National Post, Globe and Mail, CBC Calgary, Calgary Herald, Avenue Calgary, Avenue Edmonton, UAlberta Business, Alberta Oil, Azure