Canadian Publishing Industry News
24 December 2021,     TORONTO
New residency for Emerging Black Journalist at The Walrus
 
 
Justice Fund and The Walrus have launched the inaugural Writing Residency for Emerging Black Journalists at the title, selecting Julia-Simone Rutgers to fill the role. Rutgers will produce long-form projects.

The six- month program provides an early career Black journalist with the opportunity to join an established national publication to develop their work and receive mentorship from an experienced editorial team.  Rutgers is a journalist, essayist, and sometimes poet. She has written for the Winnipeg Free Press and the StarMetro Halifax, and has contributed to the Globe and Mail, the Coast, and The Discourse.

 

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