Angus MacCaull has writing in Prelude, CV2, filling Station, The Lindenwood ReviewHamilton Review of Books, and Ricepaper Magazine. He is also the author of three picture books. He lives with his family in Nova Scotia, where he advises on communications for an insurance brokerage founded by his grandfather.

His current memoir in progress Ghost Tones is about mental health, music, and loss. The book tracks the various therapies, mindfulness practices, and drugs he took over a ten-year period after being told at sixteen that he could be one of the best clarinetists in the world—but then losing music due to tinnitus.