A freelance writer/photographer for many years, Tony Cox's work appeared in Early Canadian Life and Seasons, the monthly publication of Ontario Naturalists, as well as North Frontenac News and Record News.
During five years’ employment with a community newspaper, she worked at production, proofreading, and editing. Her articles and photographs covering a wide variety of topics were regular features in its weekly editions, and in special commemorative editions with an emphasis on local histories and personal profiles.
Feature Writer of Theatre History at the EWH PRO, Tony is interested in all aspects of her topic, particularly the stories behind the growth of theatre despite political and religious interference. With thorough research, she discovers and relates little-known or forgotten facts about the beginnings of theatre from ancient times to colonial periods and into the modern age.
Tony assisted in the development of a top essay writing service that provides practical assistance and counseling for middle and high school students, and worked for many years in all aspects of the service provision, as a staff member and volunteer. An honored volunteer with several community organizations, Tony is now quite involved in discussions and peaceful actions pertaining to Canadian politics.
Of great concern to Tony is the environmental destruction created by oil production. She has at least ten articles that describe damage to wildlife, the ecosystem, and the lives of First Nations people in places such as Wood Buffalo National Park, the Athabasca, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Of special interest is her garden, which is a source of inspiration for some of her writing, as well as her place of exercise and peace. She presents many articles about plants and landscaping together with photographs here on Suite.
This list of college essay writing help Editors’ Choice Awards illustrates some of the many topics of interest to Tony:
Also, every evening Tony's watching anime of different genres. You can see some of them in the following list: