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The podcast by the Magazine Association of BC. Sharing the love of making and reading West Coast magazines.
EPISODE 1: In Your Own Voice: Anti-Oppressive Editorial
andrea bennett talks to host Asna Shaikh about making content more inclusive through anti-oppressive copy-editing. Jesse Winter reads an excerpt from his article “Photographing Beyond ‘Needle-in-Puddle'” about the dangers of dehumanizing imagery in news stories and discusses the current state of photojournalism. Sylvia Skene summarizes CPF’s Business Innovation funding program and magazine industry trends.
EPISODE 2: COMING SOON
Sample Great BC Magazine Content here
One woman’s story shows how BC Corrections discriminates against trans people. By Tessa Vikander for Asparagus, Summer/Fall 2020
Educator and district principal Beth Applewhite draws on her personal and professional experiences to share why anti-racism work is essential and needs to be brought about intentionally and thoughtfully, with the voices of those who have experienced racism at the centre. For Principl(ed) Magazine March 2021.
By Rose Keith, QC, Harper Grey LLP for the Verdict, issue 169, Summer 2021 in the “Employment Update” column.
Saysutshun stories told by Dave Spirit Wolf Bodaly. FOLKLIFE.
By Zoe Desborough for Digits & Threads, Sept. 1, 2021.
Great outdoor escapes by Lisa Monforton for ZenSeekers, March 5, 2022
A primer on the issue by reporter John Woodside for Canada’s National Observer, March 2, 2022.
Kids do not always have the information they need to make the best choice of careers. Enlightening them could make a difference. By Eli Greenbaum for Collision Quarterly.
On films.dance, a global, entrepreneurial, collaborative series with 400 dancers, 50 choreographers, and directors from 25 countries. Review by Kathleen Smith for Dance International.
When Hollywood fast-forwards to climate devastation, it wastes an opportunity to ignite our imaginations. By Jesse Firempong. Asparagus Magazine.