Jeremy Klaszus is a freelance journalist and ghost writer based in Calgary, Alberta.
A winner of two National Magazine Awards, Jeremy is a regular contributor to Canadian magazines and news media. He writes a weekly urban affairs column for Metro News in Calgary, and has contributed to a wide range of periodicals including National Geographic Traveler, the Globe and Mail, Swerve, Fast Forward Weekly (R.I.P.), the Calgary Herald and Reader’s Digest.
Previously, he was media manager for United Way in Calgary. In 2014, he and colleague Kate Smitko won an International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Gold Quill Award for crisis communications in the aftermath of the 2013 Southern Alberta floods.
Jeremy also ghost wrote legendary western singer Ian Tyson’s bestselling memoir, The Long Trail: My Life in the West (Random House Canada).
Email him at jeremy.klaszus at gmail.com or tweet him at @klaszus.