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Molly Longman

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Des Moines, Iowa
Freelance Writer and Multimedia Reporting Intern — 5280 Magazine, Des Moines Register, Freelance
Covers:  Politics, music, U.S. news, celebrity profiles, books, world news.
Doesn't Cover: I rarely cover food, fashion, or beauty.

Editorial intern @esquire | wannabe Clare Hollingworth | Words and snark: @TeenVogue @dmregister @Micnews @LAmag @5280magazine @MidwestLiving @Cosmopolitan

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Biography

I’m Molly—I write about things like Juggalos, human trafficking, refugee resettlement, LSD, and the 2016 presidential election. I've also been known to produce a podcast series or two. I’m a versatile reporter who’s flexible in her subject matter. I specialize in narrative, digital, and feature j...

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@MollLongman — 1,353 followers, 5,439 tweets

RT @thedogist: Finnley, Golden Retriever (9 m/o), Little West & 3 Pl., New York, NY • “He’s getting fixed tomorrow and is having a cyst rem…
RT @kylegriffin1: Nancy Pelosi on the Republicans' CHIP funding in the C.R.: "This is like giving you a bowl of doggy doo, put a cherry on…
RT @ralphamsden: Read This. Teenage girls have been disclosing abuse for 20 years while adults do nothing.  https://twitter.com/kimberkoz/status/953990674373861376 
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What was your first job as a journalist?

I worked at a small-town newspaper in Iowa. I learned so much, particularly that there's a story everywhere.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I haven't had the pleasure.

How is social media changing news?

With the flick of a finger, we can see 12 different articles from different outlets that are relevant and timely.

Awards

Iowa College Media Association

2015 - Best Feature Award
"The Midwest's Traffick Trap" won first place in the Iowa College Media Association's Best Feature category.

AEJMC

2015 - Best Feature Award
My article "The Midwest's Traffick Trap" won second place in the AEJMC Best Feature Article Division. The article touched on the prevalence of human trafficking in smaller towns throughout the Midwest.