Notes on the final components of phase 2 emergency funding by Canadian Heritage for magazines who didn’t receive ATP or CCA funding this year. Deadline extended to August 7, 2020 @ 2 p.m. PT.
To help BC magazines apply for funding through this program.
Forty-five million earmarked for print and digital magazines and weekly newspapers across Canada.
Conference postponed until September 2020.
Post-secondary students or recent graduates (within 3 years), 21 hours a week, June 12-Sept. 27, 2019, $17.50/hour. Part of the internship can be done remotely. Application deadline: June 1, 2019.
Includes contests and awards.
How to use a better understanding of SEO to increase the online discoverability of your magazine’s website.
Full time (40 hours/week), $45K/year position; includes extended benefits and vacation. Application deadline December 10, 2018.
Full-time (40 hours/week), $45K/year starting January 2019; includes extended benefits, vacation. Application deadline December 10, 2018.
Be inspired by new MagsBC member, Western Living! Featured in each issue are the people, places, homes, gardens, food and adventure from Winnipeg to Victoria, and everywhere in-between.
VSO School of Music, 843 Seymour St., Vancouver BC
To assist in the launch of our new electronic magazine complementary to our print magazine while creating brand coherence between our print magazine, digital magazine, events, housing database, books, podcasts, blogs, newsletters, etc.
Join us in welcoming Ricepaper to the MagsBC community!
A report on the session by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
“As an editor, I love going into a piece of writing and helping to break it open.”
“We put many writers on the map who otherwise might have slipped through the cracks of the mainstream literary presses. No book publisher was going to give out a contract if you had no short story or poem published in a lit mag.”
“Be professional, even if you are writing for free; you’re not just building a portfolio, but also a professional reputation.”
“I think the world of Canadian publishing is a wonderful experience. It may not be lucrative, but it is a community of fascinating people. The secret is to not let the economy worry you!”