If you’re a poet or poetry-lover in Canada and active on social media, then you’ll definitely want to follow the lively community on sites like Twitter and Facebook. Here is a list of Canadian poetry accounts you should being following on Twitter and Facebook: The League of Canadian Poets Twitter: […]

Canadian Poetry Accounts You Should Follow on Twitter and Facebook

Do you need to refill the creative well and want somewhere new to do it? Creative folks often find inspiration in unusual places, but there are a few more you might not have considered. Here are 5 unusual places to find inspiration: 1. Your Mail Who knows how much longer […]

5 Unusual Places to Find Inspiration

Self-care. The words sound so… fluffy, don’t they? I tend to think of some peaceful yogi sitting on a cushion preaching about the wonders of ‘letting go’ and setting boundaries. However, over the last few weeks I learned the real meaning of self-care after experiencing something that isn’t discussed much […]

Staying Creative Through Self-Care

Writing involves a lot of discipline and hard work, but also procrastination and often a deficit of human interaction. Online communities, social media and instant messaging all provide an outlet for human contact, a tool for bouncing ideas off of others and a very common procrastination technique. I took a […]

Publishing, Pop Culture and Prom: A gchat Interview with Alex ...

I had a very interesting experience this week. I did something I have wanted to do for a long time, but never thought I would be capable of pulling off with even a modicum of class or skill. Once I started contributing to this magazine, the want became a need. […]

Adverteyes: A Brief History of the Evolution of a Band ...

Apologies owed for the late edition of volume 5. I have been transitioning into a new job which has taken up much of my free time. I gotta get my priorities straight! I mean, the six of you who comprise my entire audience have no doubt been aching for my […]

The @wreckedangle Weekly, Vol. V

I often refer to the “Canada Arts Connect community” and I think that’s totally justified. Although I run CAC by myself (with a couple of incredible people helping me with key aspects), the community is actually a group ranging in the thousands from every part of the country. More than […]

Where Do You Find Your Artistic Community?

Jobs boards and websites are the obvious spots to look for leads, but there are so many more opportunities to be found in places you might not immediately think of. You just need to get out there and look for them! Here are a few that I’ve found successful… – […]

Other Places to Look for Job Leads

Still not sure where to begin? Perhaps the job search has stalled a little? Maybe it’s time to get back to the basics. Here are a few things you may want to try… * Re-Create Your Resumé: When was the last time you re-did your resumé? I don’t mean updating […]

A Career in the Arts: Back to the Basics