Publishing Unbound is a public reading and reception on inclusivity and accountability in Canadian magazine and book publishing.
This year we are hosting 7 professional development sessions, including 2- to 3-hour intensives and Mac labs, 2 free Q&A sessions with government funders, 2
Half-time position until January 2018 involving a variety of tasks related to both print and digital content, marketing, research, video editing, etc.
A talk on defining and pursuing your publishing goals using the Web and email by Hal Niedzviecki, author, speaker, publisher of Broken Pencil
MagsBC is now accepting applications from our member magazines. Deadline for expressions of interest July 7.
Regular part-time faculty position to teach CMNS 190, Article Writing, in the Bachelor of Communication Studies degree.
The Magazine Association of BC has submitted grant applications to the Canada Periodical Fund and Creative BC for up to 6 internship subsidies between September 2016 to February 2017.
“I believe that our authors are the best authorities on their own work and I want them to be happy with the published results because how it reads will remain important to them long after I have moved on.”