Your writing in trade magazines
Members can now have their writing published in industry magazines via the RAIC, at no cost.
Please read the criteria for each publication carefully. We look forward to seeing RAIC members in print and online!
RAIC members are invited to submit text and a variety of professional, high-resolution images complete with credit and captions.
The text should be presented in an educational manner, so as to share innovations and unique technology with peers looking to advance the movement. It must be written from a non-promotional standpoint (i.e. not promoting the firm) but focused on the project from an objective perspective.
Word count will vary depending on the placement of the article. The text may be submitted in English or both English and French.
To determine eligibility, please send a short description of the project and one or two low-resolution images to Maria Cook, RAIC manager of communications and advocacy at email@example.com.
The topic should be related to the field of architecture within Canada and the writer should be regarded as an expert on the subject. Please note this is not a platform for promoting one’s firm or architectural projects. The language is English.
The first step is to submit a two-paragraph description of your idea for a column to Maria Cook, RAIC manager of communications and advocacy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Journal of Commerce and the Daily Commercial News are offering RAIC members an opportunity to have their projects profiled in their publications and websites. They are looking for high-resolution renderings of interesting upcoming projects or projects that have recently commenced construction. No single-family residential, please.
Please send renderings and a brief project description, including any companies or firms involved with the project, to email@example.com. Please copy Maria Cook, RAIC manager of communications and advocacy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This could cover a wide range of subjects, such as:
- The design of sustainable neighbourhoods;
- Design for building obsolescence;
- Design for storm-water management;
- Reducing construction waste;
- New ideas for higher-performing, less expensive housing;
- Ideas for future transit;
- Ideas for self-sustaining suburbs where people work and live with less commuting.
SABmag is open to all ideas, and the author can provide examples from his or her work.
Please submit a short description of your idea for a column to Maria Cook, RAIC manager of communications and advocacy at email@example.com.