Anthony P. Gulston is a redheaded radio writer and digital storyteller. Early beginnings saw APG distributing cartoons and links to online games on his geocities page during class. Years of wandering on the westcoast found him riding mountains, waves, and concrete with the same passion and intensity you'll find in his work. Returning to his homeland of the Kawartha Lakes, he studied postmodern ethics and virtue epistemology at Trent University.
While at Trent, he was a prolific writer, crafting radio dramas, station IDs, sketches and news pieces at Trent Radio. Later he returned to the westcoast to live and bake breads on Vancouver Island.
Back in Peterborough, he became a news reporter for Arthur Newspaper, writing about radio, media, business, politics, and university news. After a year of freelancing, he quickly realized the benefit of formal technical training.
Now he resides in Parkdale's Brockton Village, writing, podcasting, and studying Media Communications at Humber. APG hopes to make a difference one day, and tell the stories that really matter to him.