Byline magazine

CAA–NCR produces a quarterly e-magazine, Byline, edited by Adrienne Stevenson.

Byline contains stories, articles of interest to writers, information about upcoming events and lots more. Regular features include a Poetry Corner, an Information Corner, and a Fiction Corner. Ads directly related to a member’s writing are free. 

Current Issue:

Winter edition cover
  • “The Girl Who Grew Up on Faerie Tales,” Poetry by Sylvia Adams
  • Drive Traffic to Your Website
    By Barbara Florio Graham
  • Our Meetings
  • National Capital Writing Contest: 2020 Anthology News
  • Refilling Your Well: Taking a break from writing helps your writing
  • Miss Julie’s Home for Wayward Girls, Short Story by Lynn Jatania

See our Archived Issues


Submissions

We look for writing-related articles that include information about the process, profession or business of writing, or insights into the writer’s world.

Byline Pays

Articles: 2½ cents per word to a maximum of $25.00 on publication (minimum,$10.00)

Poetry: $10.00 each

Photos: $5.00 each.

Guidelines

English with Canadian spelling. In MS Word as an attachment. Photos in jpeg, largest available resolution.

Font: Times New Roman 12 point, no formatting, no indents.

Length: Preferably between 600 to 1000 words.

Deadlines

Fall Issue: August 15
Winter Issue: November 15
Spring Issue: March 15
Summer Issue: May 15
Send to Byline

Advertising Rates

Byline provides a great opportunity to reach Eastern Ontario/Western Quebec writers and readers.

Ads directly related to a member’s writing are free. Advertisements about a member’s business, workshop, or other talents for sale are considered advertisement and the following rates apply:

Member Rates

Single issue:

1/8  page: N/C
1/4  page: $15
1/2  page: $30
One year: (4 issues – price of three)

1/8 page: N/C
1/4 page: $45
1/2  page: $90

Non-Member Rates

Single issue:

1/8  page: $15
1/4  page: $30
1/2  page: $50

One year: (4 issues – price of three)

1/8  page: $45
1/4  page: $90
1/2  page: $150

For more information, contact: Adrienne Stevenson

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February meeting

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Writing: For Theatre, For Novels, with Melissa Yi
The author of the Hope Sze mystery series has penned books and also written and performed “I Am the Most Unfeeling Doctor in the World (and Other True Tales from the Emergency Room). ” She will share her expertise in writing for theatre and let us know how it can enrich writing in other forms and genres.