Alan E. Longworth


Alan E. Longworth’s interest in writing began at age seven when his teacher praised a five page composition on his summer adventures. During his working years he gained insight into many different levels of society ranging from Vancouver’s sleazy east side to corporate boardrooms. He continued to write on a small scale. He became West Coast correspondent for his national company’s quarterly magazine. He won three awards for his contributions and an award for adult fiction.

Upon his early retirement, Alan began to write seriously, encouraged by the Penticton Writers and Publishers group. He is the author of several novels, including Black House, published in eBook format by Little White Publishing. Alan also writes several genres of poetry and has been published in three countries.

He performs his cowboy poetry at cowboy poetry festivals.

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