The Magazine Association of BC still has some funding available for subsidies of up to $4500 to assist member magazines with the cost of an internship.
Member magazines can apply for subsidies of up to $4500 for an internship between April 1, 2019 and February 29, 2020.
MagsBC is now accepting applications from our member magazines for spring and summer 2018.
A talk on defining and pursuing your publishing goals using the Web and email by Hal Niedzviecki, author, speaker, publisher of Broken Pencil
Knowledge Network is looking for a full-time Photo Editor/Designer for our Brand team based in Vancouver.
Our condolences on the passing July 12 of Jim Wong-Chu, a literary powerhouse and a firecracker of a man. If you’d like to find out
The Federal Court of Canada found that “York [University]’s Fair Dealing Guidelines are not fair in either their terms or their application.”
MagsBC is now accepting applications from our member magazines. Deadline for expressions of interest July 7.
The ABPBC is looking for a full-time Project Coordinator to help plan and execute projects that serve the needs of the diverse BC book publishing industry and engage book-related communities.
A report on the session on Lez Spread the Word (LSTW) magazine by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
A report on the panel by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
“There is an opportunity for more people than ever to share their ideas and stories. A diverse range of messages enhances the fabric of society.”
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.
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.
Peter Chettleburgh loves the creative aspect of publishing and enjoys producing news because it allows him to “be nosy”.
“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.”
“We provide a place for the long-form essay which is a more serious study of a book.”