Monday, May 02, 2011

Ryerson Review of Journalism summer issue launch party

I have been heard, more than once, to say that if the Ryerson Review of Journalism didn't exist, we'd need to invent it. This student-produced, twice-a-year publication often publishes stories about journalism in this country, including magazines, in ways that can be found nowhere else.
The summer 2011 issue of the RRJ is being launched in the time-honoured fashion by a party in Toronto on Wednesday, May 4 at Tequila Bookworm (512 Queen St W) from 8 pm - 2 am. RSVPs to Facebook will help them know how many nibblies to have on hand.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come this magazine never gets nominated for an NMA? It looks better than a lot of the magazines nominated and the writing is great also.

1:16 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, it *does* get nominated for NMAs. Just this year, in fact. Mai Nguyen's "I'm dying' up here...!" published in the Ryerson Review of Journalism is up for "Best One of a Kind."

9:32 am  

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