Monthly Archives: June 2010
Christina Crook  |  June 25, 2010  |  Arts, Journalism

  . . . designer, publisher and editor of UPPERCASE—the little Western Canadian magazine that could. Topnotch art direction. Inquisitive. Inspired. Adventurous. Eclectic. Playful. And up for a national magazine award for their inaugural issue. … MORE »

Christina Crook  |  June 17, 2010  |  Cities, Vocation

The other day author Nina Killham typed in the words “fear and writing.” It was one of those days and among her findings was a post by blogger Jennifer Louden who nails a daily fear for most of us: “I have to know what my thing is and talk about it in very clever ways and be different than everybody else who does my thing … MORE »

Alissa Wilkinson  |  June 7, 2010  |  Discipline

Somehow I ended up with several hefty deadlines in the next week and a half before I embark on three and a half weeks of travel outside the U.S., and so I’ve been trying to schedule large chunks of writing time into my day—something I haven’t typically been able to do in the past. Everyone says that writing daily is the key to successful writing; … MORE »

Milton Friesen  |  June 4, 2010  |  Economy, Innovation

  This is absolutely worth seeing—particularly the first half. Data, set free from spreadsheets, tell memorable stories about global economics and social change. … MORE »

Christina Crook  |  June 3, 2010  |  Cities

  With a major move on the horizon for our little clan, I’m wondering where you, dear After Hours reader, live and what you love most about it. I’ll start. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I love our proximity to the ocean and plethora of local clothing designers. Your turn. … MORE »