dig! celebrates the culture of jazz and the power of the art form to create community locally, nationally, and internationally. There are many ways you can invest in this thriving community…
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dig! depends on the generosity of private and corporate donors and sponsors. Your gifts give us a solid foundation, and allow us to refine our efforts with every issue. We are truly grateful for your assistance.
We’re always interested in featuring new writers. If you’re interested in jazz and think your writing fits with our tone and style, we would like to hear from you. Please send a writing sample or two, along with details of your background/experience in the jazz field and your publishing history to:
Charlene Diehl, associate editor
We’ll keep successful candidates on file and be in contact to discuss details, topics, and timelines. Thanks for your interest!
dig! is an independent magazine devoted to promoting an awareness of the jazz culture in Winnipeg. Its mandate is to feature articles about local, national, and international jazz musicians, upcoming performances and workshops, as well as historical context and interviews.
Published by Jazz Winnipeg Inc.
The Asper Foundation
Don & Bev Aronovitch, David Barnard, Peter & Marilyn Burns, Lloyd & Marian Campbell, Kathleen Connor, Anna Grace Diehl, Charlene Diehl, Shaleem Hosein, Sheldon Kaminsky, Lorne Karlowsky, Billy Kettner, Karen Klym, Michael Nesbitt, Carol Rogerson, Terry Sargeant, Susan Scott, Pat Stefanchuk, Paul & Margaret Wright