Press

Contacts

Jessica DuLong
contact@jessicadulong.com

Publicist

Betsy DeJesu
Betsy DeJesu Communications
bdejesucommunications@gmail.com

Literary Agent

Joy Tutela
David Black Literary Agency
jtutela@dblackagency.com

My River Chronicles Edition
Interview with Jessica Dulong, author of "My River Chronicles" about her transition from dotcommer to fireboat engineer.

The Liberal Oasis Radio Show

“Making a Living with Maggie”

Martha Stewart Living Radio

“Whole Living”

Martha Stewart Living Radio

“The Roundtable”

WAMC Northeast Public Radio

“Morning Show”

WGVU West Michigan Public Radio

The 17 minutes it all changed: Recall how we lost our innocence in the space of a quarter hour
“What stood out to me perhaps more than any other theme in the project was the sheer innocence of that September morning; we say so often, flippantly and in passing, “9/11 changed everything,” but as years have passed, we’ve lost the memory of just how much it changed.”

NY Daily News

Mariners among those who still suffer serious health effects from 9/11
The most menacing challenge for mariners was the dust, which created whiteout conditions and left captains navigating only by radar, according to Jessica DuLong, a journalist, historian and author of Saved at the Seawall.

WorkBoat

A TowLine Interview
How could a spontaneously mobilized group of citizens, working without a plan, have successfully orchestrated the largest sealift evacuation in the history of the world?

TowLine Magazine

Remembering Our LGBT Heroes as One World Trade Center Opens
But in the devastation, there was also a sense of community that many had not seen since the worst days of AIDS. Another West Village resident, 39-year-old Gary Spino, said he walked around the neighborhood those first nights “because I wanted to be with others, and the streets were filled with gay and lesbian people. Everyone was crying and hugging.”

The Advocate