Never Stop Thinking.
A working draft is a work in progress — a living document composed of multiple drafts that is constantly evolving with the input of diverse voices. In this inaugural edition of Working Draft magazine, our writers are exploring the theme of truth.
How do you grieve the loss of someone who is still alive? In “Seven Minutes,” the author explores her own stages of grief and how she is trying to come to terms with the loss of her brother to addiction.Read More
When Tyler Sneesby — DJ Hunnicutt and part owner of The Good Will — rapidly started losing his vision, he was forced to rediscover his identity.Read More
Financially free entrepreneurs are winners. Everyone else is a loser — at least, that’s what they told me.Read More
Use Your Imagination!
Bertin’s greatest strength as an author is his imaginative empathy. Anyone who has memories or relationships they’d rather forget will feel a little less ashamed after reading this book.Read More
Before I Was a Critic I Was a Human Being
Sometimes, a question is more meaningful than an answer.Read More
The Black Hole
When my obsession with a local band turned into an intrusive, all-consuming fantasy about one of the musicians — a state I later learned is called “limerence” — I was forced to reflect on my family of origin and come to terms with my abandonment issues.Read More
Mental Health in the Workplace: How Communications Professionals Get By
How are mental health issues impacting Canadian communicators? This white paper looks at mental health and illness in the communications industry and offers best practices for safeguarding mental wellness for communicators and organizations.Read More
Well, Actually: How Teachers Can Hold Mansplaining Accountable in the Classroom
Have you been in a class with a mansplainer? Here’s how teachers have the power to stop it.Read More
Music Streaming is Both Good and Terrible for the Music Industry
Have you seen songs streamed millions of times on services like Spotify? You may think the artists make a lot of money this way, but that’s not the case.Read More
Too Dumb for Democracy? Why We Make Bad Political Decisions and How We Can Make Better Ones
The world is in a period of political uncertainty. What can we learn from David Moscrop’s recent book?Read More