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Angela is an award-winning writer in the aviation media community, receiving the prestigious Australasian Aviation Press Club ‘Feature Article of the Year’ Award in 2020.

An author of fiction and non-fiction works, Angela has written for CASA’s Flight Safety Magazine, Australian Flying Magazine (as Angela at Avalon), Swinburne University, AirNews, Gargouille, ABC The Drum, and a number of other online and print publications.

She is also a Bachelor of Communication through Swinburne University of Technology.

Angela delights in aviation stories.

If you have a story you wish to record, contact her!


Angela’s award-winning Australian Flying Magazine article:

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on General Aviation in Australia

An investigation by Angela at Avalon.

Australian Flying Magazine Sep-Oct 2020 Issue

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Flight Training – does the industry need an association?

An investigation by Angela at Avalon.

Australian Flying Magazine Sep-Oct 2021 Issue

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Canard Aircraft – why hasn’t the less-than-ordinary design element ever really taken off?

An investigation by Angela at Avalon.

Australian Flying Magazine Jul-Aug 2021 Issue

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Covid-19 and Aviation – why it’s important not to lose faith in the industry.

Angela Stevenson asks the expert.

Swinburne University Article October 2020

Swinburne Aviation Lecture Series 2020 Guest Speaker,
Lyell Strambi, CEO & MD Australia Pacific Airport Corporation

Angela at Avalon interviews the Godfather of Aviation Design,

Burt Rutan; one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.

Australian Flying Magazine April/May Issue 2020

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After something different from Angela?

Fiction is the name of the game…

EAT – published in Gargouille, Issue 8, 2018

“It’s off to the slaughterhouse with Angela Stevenson’s Orwellian short story ‘Eat’, where the reader is force-fed ugly truths. It’s a punishing read, doubly so for us meat-eaters, who are consumed by our own ineptness and relish in a masochistic state of disgust. So dear reader, can you handle a fork?”

Sarah Wreford & Adriane Howell – Editors, Gargouille

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