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 more about Jim, check out the following: Ricepaper magazine remembrance article by Karla Comanda. The Georgia Straight news item Jim’s photo show at Centre A CBC Radio 1 Interview with […]
Human resources principles and practices for staff, interns, students and volunteers which can be applied at any size of magazine or not-for-profit organization.
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.
“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.”
Regular part-time faculty position to teach CMNS 190, Article Writing, in the Bachelor of Communication Studies degree.
Summary of a 2-part workshop on CASL with Derek Lackey, president, Direct Marketing Association of Canada.
The City Editor will be our in-house expert on all things Vancouver.
Notes on some of the sessions attended, including infographics, narrative journalism, and the world report on trends in magazine publishing.
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.
The Magazine Association of BC elected a new board member, Shashi Bhat, during their annual general meeting at the VSO School of Music on Thursday, June 23.
“As an editor, I love going into a piece of writing and helping to break it open.”
The Association of Book Publishers of BC recently held an information session June 22 at The Post at 750 to discuss the creation of a Vancouver Literary Arts Centre.
“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.”
“I genuinely love reading, and magazines provide the opportunities for new work to be out before they turn into books or movies. It’s like the front lines of knowledge and literature.”
“Ultimately, I don’t think print magazines are going anywhere. I think they will continue to fragment into niches and become more specific as they explore the opportunity to become carefully targeted.”