Jaclyn Law interviewed me about my research on the labour conditions of freelance journalism in Canada. Jaclyn asked very thoughtful questions and gave me lots of space to discuss my research. Here is part one, and here is part two (also posted in full on Jaclyn’s blog, Edit Fish).
Greig de Peuter, Enda Brophy and I have published an article in the labour issue of Briarpatch, as part of our collaborative investigation into labour activism in the cultural industries. We are in excellent company: articles in the issue examine “right-to-work” legislation in Saskatchewan, women working in trades in Newfoundland, and the healthcare crisis facing migrant … Continue reading Interns of the cultural industries, unite!