Full-time, $45,000 per year.
Full-time, permanent. Application deadline: March 20, 2020.
Cancelled because of lack of interest.
“You have to really focus on what will appeal to your niche audience, because a magazine is really a conversation with them.”
A report on the session by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
The City Editor will be our in-house expert on all things Vancouver.
Adbusters Media Foundation is looking for a creative writer/journalist with an activist bent. Must be politically minded and engaged with the pressing issues of our time.
MagsBC board member Natasha Sanders-Kay has organized a panel at WORD on Sunday Sept. 25 @ 3:40 p.m. called “Inclusive Magazine Publishing: Barriers and Strategies for Writers and Publishers.”
“If you want to know the future, pay attention to what youth are doing in their art, what they are trying to tell you or show you about the human condition and what is possible for humanity.”
Unlike some other magazines Neo-opsis values story first and literary quality second. Karl: “I think it’s easier to fix bad grammar than to fix an uninspiring story.”
“We provide a place for the long-form essay which is a more serious study of a book.”
“What I love most about producing this magazine are the CARS! I love driving cars, photographing cars, and talking cars. I never get bored. I’ve found my passion, and I’m really lucky that way.”