Member Magazines

We represent a diverse range of BC magazines and publishing industry professionals. Click on a cover to find out more about one of our great magazine members.

Also check out our wonderful affiliate and associate members below the magazines and interviews with some of the people who work at our BC member magazines.

  • Bazoof! The super-coolish-healthy-fun-magazine cover: Winter 2017 Mission on the Sea Story, Let it snow. A-chuu! New size tablet friendly. Very kool kid komics. Why did the banana go to the doctor? Wintery, comic-type drawing with a snowman on the left and a girl with dark hair and a red top in the center

    A vibrant one-of-a-kind ‘health’ magazine for youth set in a bustling city in outer space.

  • BC Broker Canadian Magazine - The property and casualty insurance industry in B.C.
    BC Broker

    Since 1978, BC Broker magazine has been informing and connecting people in the property and casualty insurance industry in B.C.

  • BC History Cover 51.1 Spring 2018
    British Columbia History

    British Columbia History is a quarterly magazine chronicling British Columbia’s unique story in a fresh, engaging, personal and relevant way.

  • Collision Quarterly Cover Fall 2017, worker in blue coveralls
    Collision Quarterly

    News, events, issues, techniques and technology affecting the business of collision repair.

  • Common Ground Magazine Cover October 2017, large peace sign made up of archived covers on green background
    Common Ground

    Western Canada’s biggest and best-loved monthly magazine dedicated to health, wellness, ecology and personal growth.

  • Power Issue Cover
    Culturally Modified

    British Columbia-based and internationally focused, Culturally Modified offers high-quality, interdisciplinary perspectives that examine modern-day impacts on culture, as well as culture’s influence on today’s world.

  • Dance International cover: Summer 2016, The Spirit of Dance, Fast Forward at BalletMet, Myriam Allard New Flamenco, Insight on Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, photograph of dancer in black costume with feathers in mid-jump
    Dance International

    Dance International covers classical and contemporary dance in all its facets, locally, nationally and internationally.

  • DOUGLAS Magazine cover Apr/May 2017: Special 10 to watch issue - 10 Gutsy new companies push past the comfort zone and come out on top; blonde woman and bearded man standing against sky-blue background with sports jackets and jeans, smiling

    Douglas magazine is essential reading for Victoria and Vancouver Island’s business leaders, linking readers to in-depth news and features on local issues and trends in innovation, leadership and business culture.

  • EVENT poetry and prose cover: 45.3 Non-fiction Contest Issue, distant view of a horizon line with a church-type structure and a row of low buildings.

    EVENT features the very best in contemporary writing from Canada and abroad.

  • FabUPlus Magazine Fall 2018 cover

    The world’s only body positive, health, fitness and lifestyle magazine with weight-neutral content dedicated to the plus size community.

  • GEIST cover: 84, Spring, 2012, Boycott World, Another Vengtriloquist, Vavilovian Mimicry, Charms against Lightning, image of shopping card stacked high with consumer goods

    Geist is a magazine of ideas and culture made in Canada with a strong literary focus and a sense of humour.

  • Here Magazine cover – Summer 2018
    Here Magazine

    Circulation: 5,000 Frequency: 4 issues/year Contact: Fiona Bramble, editor Email: Phone: 250-896-0986 Website: Facebook | Twitter Our multimedia platform amplifies newcomer voices and experiences and welcomes people from all cultural backgrounds to share community resources and information to help eliminate the real and perceived barriers for newcomers as they adjust to their new […]

  • INSPIRED senior living Canadian Magazine Cover September 2017 - Lifestyles of people over 55.
    INSPIRED Senior Living

    We focus on the lifestyles of people over the age of 55 who are living life to the fullest, who inspire us with their energetic actions and kick-ass attitudes.

  • K: Magazine Cover 2018 Jan-Feb Forgotten Past, David Olusoga explores Britain's black history, standing in front of hilly landscape
    K: Magazine

    British Columbia Knowledge Network’s magazine, with program listings, interviews, and articles.

  • Langara Journalism Review cover: 2015 edition, no. 19, The Journalists Aren't Alright, Brand-new TV News, Quick-fire Squire, grey-haired man in dark suit with folded hands looking down, black background
    Langara Journalism Review

    Aims to provide coverage of issues, trends, events, and personalities in journalism and the media industry

  • Link Magazine cover: April 2017 Graduation Special, Photo Feature: Ryan Judd, Woman from back walking down corridor with raised arms letting papers fly over her head
    LINK magazine

    Link Magazine is a monthly publication of student ideas and culture, written and designed by students at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT).

  • Loose Lips Magazine – table of contents – 20190530
    Loose Lips

    VPY: 240,000 Updates: weekly Contacts: Brittany Tiplady & Kristi Alexandra, co-editors Address: 708-207 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H7 Email: and Phone: 604-968-3546 Website: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Loose Lips is a Vancouver-based feminist publication operating on the unceded Coast Salish territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.  Co-founded by […]

  • Malahat Review 207 cover 2019
    The Malahat Review

    Features cutting-edge contemporary Canadian and international works of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.

  • Mountain Sledder Snowmobile Magazine cover: issue 11 2017, Reagan Sieg, Rider of the year, action photograph pf snowcapped mountain top and trees with air-borne rider
    Mountain Sledder

    Mountain Sledder is the story of mountain snowmobiling in Western Canada.

  • National Observer Cover: Labour leaders seek climate change solutions that uplift workers
    National Observer

    National Observer pursues stories about success, innovation and solutions, with a focus on the shift to a clean energy economy.

  • Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine cover: Issue 21, in print February 7, 2012 - Scott Davis, Tim Ford, Martin Haggerty, Patty Jansen, Patrick MacPhee, Al Harlow: Interview; image 'Diamond Planet' by Karl Johanson, artist's conception of a 'diamond planet, recently discovered orbiting a radio pulsar (PSR J1219-1428), planet in space radiating light and blue beams
    Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine

    Humorous and factual articles relating to science and science fiction

  • Pacific Rim Magazine Cover 2018 Transition, stylized depiction of a sinking sun in the ocean
    Pacific Rim Magazine

    Pacific Rim Magazine connects their readers to people across the Pacific Rim with stories of community, travel, food, and technology that honour cultural diversity.

  • PRRB the Pacific Rim Review of Books cover: Issue 17 vol 8.2 Spring 2012 - A Spring Reading of Writer and Books: "A Magnificent Flowering," Douglas Beardsley reads Gjertrud Schnackenberg, Gjertrud Schnackenberg headshot. "The Delicate Violence of the Dance," Reading Patrick Lane's Collected, Patrick Lane headshot
    The Pacific Rim Review of Books

    Features reviews, editorials, poetry and other contributions by established and upcoming writers on the Pacific Rim.

  • Poetry is Dead cover: issue 15 Let Them See You Sweat; distorted black and white drawing of a woman
    Poetry Is Dead

    Poetry Is Dead is a bi-annual poetry magazine written for a younger generation of readers.

  • Portal cover: (25) 2016 Words to transport you, Lorin Medley maps George Elliott Clarke's "Lit'ry but Bumptious" Africadia, and others. Cover design by Chloe de Beeld, photograph buy Spenser Smith - night sky with stars and comets, woman in rocky landscape
    Portal Magazine

    Annual literary magazine featuring short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, scripts, interviews, art, and photography.

  • Powell River Living October 2018 cover: New Life at the Cemetery
    Powell River Living

    A free pick-up monthly, hyper-local, leisure-lifestyle community magazine that’s been publishing for 12 years.

  • Prism International cover: issue 55.3 Spring 2017, photograph of old, red car in front of storefronts on a sunny day, people waving from car
    PRISM international

    Contemporary writing from Canada and around the world.

  • Pulp Literature cover: Issue 12 Autumn 2016, Bob Thurber 'If You'd Like to Make a Call," Alexis A Hunter, Peter Norman, Rhea Rose, Douglas Smith, Stephen Koster: drawing of gray-haired woman with glasses, surrounded by nature elements
    PULP Literature

    Pulp Literature publishes fresh genre-busting short stories, poetry, comics from established and emerging authors in a quarterly print and ebook digest.

  • Ricepaper Magazine covers: Non-fiction, Letter from Paul Yee to Jim Wong-Chu, 2017-03-19, 17 July 2017, black and white photo of 2 men and one woman, seated with glasses. Asian Canadian Poetry, 'Mind Expansion' by Frances Du, 15 July 2017, drawing of an inverted cityscape looking up at the sky with a flying saucer
    Ricepaper Magazine

    Ricepaper Magazine is a Vancouver-based Canadian magazine which has showcased Asian Canadian literature, culture and the arts since 1994.

  • Room cover: 40.2 2017 Our rubble, our loss, painting of mother and daughter with mother fussing her hair, "Attachment" by Amanda Rhodenizer

    Room is a space where women can speak, connect and showcase their creativity.

  • Rungh Magazine cover, garden tools & greenery hanging from wheel

    South Asian online magazine of culture, commentary and criticism in Canada.

  • Service Truck cover – Mar-Apr 2019
    Service Truck

    A Canada/US publication serving the industry of heavy duty mobile repair.

  • Small Farm Canada cover - drawing of old farm machine in a field of wheat
    Small Farm Canada

    Small Farm Canada is Canada’s only national publication for small-scale farmers and producers.

  • Spruce cover – Spring 2019
    Spruce Magazine

    Victoria-based magazine dedicated to home building, renovations and remodeling.

  • subTerrain Magazine cover: Strong Words for a Polite Nation, issue 76; drawing of observatory with planet on the left, open to the sky

    subTerrain charts the literary topography, revealing some of the most talented and progressive writers on the Canadian scene.

  • TCR The Capilano Review cover: 3.28 Winter 2016; woman kneeling in front of a group of blue circles on the ground
    TCR: The Capilano Review

    Publishing new and established Canadian writers and artists who are experimenting with or expanding the boundaries of conventional forms and contexts.

  • Tow Canada Magazine Cover Nov-Dec 2017, worker in black coverall with white truck and clouds in background
    Tow Canada

    Canada’s only tow and recovery magazine, delivering educational content from industry experts and the latest industry news and information.

  • Tree Service Canada – website 20190530
    Tree Service Canada

    A national trade publication serving the Canadian arborist industry.

  • Vancouver Magazine cover, May 2018 29th Annual Restaurant Awards
    Vancouver Magazine

    Vancouver magazine is the indispensable playbook to Canada’s most exciting city.

  • VO Vancouver Observer cover: Canada-Europe free trade: after Victoria's pullout, Vancouver mulls 'clandestine' CETA deal
    The Vancouver Observer

    In a world of constant distractions and instant reactions, we create meaningful content that sparks deep discussions about issues affecting our readers.

  • the Verdict cover: issue 152 Spring 2017, Injury, The Landscape of Distracted Driving; image of highway from a speeding car
    The Verdict

    Since 1980, the Verdict has been bringing top-quality news and information to the legal profession.

  • Watershed Sentinel cover: March/April 2017 Land Reform; drawing of a woman looking up with a headdress of rows in a field and a farmer and flowers
    Watershed Sentinel

    The award-winning Watershed Sentinel offers a mix of bioregional and global perspectives on environmental, health and sustainability topics.

  • WL Western Living Cover April 2018 Renovate This Spring!
    Western Living

    As Canada’s largest regional magazine, Western Living invites readers to stretch their imaginations about living in the West.

  • WordWorks cover Fall 2018

    Circulation: 1,100 Frequency: 3 issues/year Contact: Ursula Vaira, editor Address: 3383 Rockhampton Rd, Nanoose Bay, BC V9P 9H4 Email: Phone: 250-741-6514 Subscribe online at Website: (FBCW) Facebook | Twitter WordWorks is published three times a year for members of the Federation of BC Writers (FBCW) and distributed by mail and email to a broad […]

  • YAM Magazine Victoria's Lifestyle Magazine cover: issue 47 Jan/Feb 2017, Design Issue, Inside an architect's dream dwelling, contemporary home with clean lines, view from patio
    YAM – Victoria’s Livestyle Magazine

    YAM is Victoria’s lifestyle magazine, connecting readers to the distinctive lifestyle and authentic luxury of Canada’s west coast.

Associates and Affiliates

Our Affiliates are allied partners in magazine publishing.

  • Moira Dann, Dann Fine Writing
    Moira Dann, Writer/Editor

    Moira Dann, Writer/Editor

  • Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia logo
    Association of Book Publishers of BC

    The largest regional affiliate of the Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP).

  • Canadian Media Circulation Audit logo

    A service that provides publishers, government, advertising agencies and advertisers with reliable audited circulation data.

  • Magazines Canada logo
    Magazines Canada

    Magazines Canada is Canada’s leading professional magazine industry association, representing over 300 of the country’s consumer titles.

  • Mitchell Press logo
    Mitchell Press

    Mitchell Press owns and operates the newest Heatset Web Printing facility and equipment in Canada.

  • SFU Publishing @ SFU logo
    Publishing @ SFU / Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing

    Publishing@SFU offers education and professional development at all levels. In addition, the Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing is a research unit providing scholarly and industry insights into the changing world of publishing.