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Nov 17th CLICK CLUB Panel Discussion with Canadian Publishers

Updated: Feb 13, 2021

Thank you for joining us on NOVEMBER 17th 5PM MST via ZOOM

We took a glimpse behind the scenes and gain insight from Canadian print publishers and editors about the world of print and magazines.

This panelist discussion was focused on publishers printing magazines in a digital world.

What does it take to create these magazines and compare the similarities & differences between their processes.


Rita Godlevskis:


Toronto, Ontario


From traditional techniques to new technologies, PhotoED Magazine celebrates diverse Canadian photography in a brand new light. We have been providing inspiration in print for over 20 years. PhotoED is the magazine for anyone looking to learn something new through photography.

Maxine Proctor:

Managing Editor

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan


BlackFlash is a platform for contemporary visual art from a distinct prairie perspective. Now in our 37th year of publishing, BlackFlash is dedicated to presenting critical opinions, urgent issues, and innovative ideas about divergent artistic practices from across Canada, the United States and beyond.

Jacquelyn Ross:

Managing Editor

Vancouver, BC


For nearly fifty years, The Capilano Review (TCR) has supported and been sustained by a vibrant community of readers, writers, and artists interested in experimentation in writing and art. An independent publication since 2015, TCR was founded in 1972 by Pierre Coupey at Capilano College in North Vancouver. Each triannual issue features full-colour art sections, poetry, fiction, short essays, reviews, and interviews. Other projects include the digital publications ti-TCR and SMALL CAPS, an annual Writer-in-Residence program, two annual writing contests, and numerous workshops, readings, and other events throughout the year. The publication is based in Vancouver, on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of thexʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.