21 Jul Introducing Editing & Editorial services
Almost two months have past since our last (and first) update! Not bad for a review expected to take about three to six months but why hold off any longer if an ‘AHA’ moment occurs? What’s new:
BiograView now offers Editing and Editorial Services for migrant students and business owners in the English language – new page coming soon! Editing includes content/developmental editing, copy editing, proofreading, publishing (if applicable), and fact checking if necessary. We encourage short student stories and essays, and advertorials/commercial content for business. Also available in the Dutch language. For more info please email email@example.com.
We have a new category on our Stories page: Student Views. Our first student story is up, and, there’s another one on the way!
Our goal is to become New Zealand’s best multicultural student magazine distributed to every school and library in New Zealand and look forward to your view and experiences of our Māori culture and identity, and young migrant and refugee stories – keeping in mind our mission emphasises positive cultural awareness of course! A great addition to your CV. Tutors/teachers: publication of your students’ stories includes your school/institution logo (conditions apply). For any inquiries and requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the recent changes and development, only current subscribers will be able to log in and have access to unlimited article reading, download PDFs, and read our flip books of our magazine until expiry date of subscription.
If you know anyone or a business who features in any of our back issues they could make great gifts too 💝
Available: May, featuring Zimbabwean marathon runner Mgcini Masuku; July, feat. former Rip Curl girl Dwi Ajeng; August, feat. 2009 Commonwealth Ladies South Pole Ski Expedition team member Kylie Krippner and Kaponga artist couple Roger Peters and Maree Horner; and November 2021, feat. Samoan actor Shadon Meredith, and Taranaki potter, Janeen Page; and FEB/MAR, feat. singer and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People Of Colour) woman Deva Mahal, Welch adventurer and Guinness World Record breaker Kiko Matthews, and Eritrean now Kiwi MP Ibrahim Omer; and APR/MAY 2022, feat. Muslim Superintendent and District Commander Naila Hassan, and ceramist Teresa Peters.
👉 There is now only one November issue left – it could be yours!
More good news: Yes, we are now going ahead with our five Special Editions (YAY!) containing fabulous stories such as the above and a wide variety and interesting topics that embrace all ethnicities and cultures, including migrant and refugee stories, heritage, Māori culture, identity, book reviews, indigenous culture, language, conservation, environment and the outdoors, nature and animals, travel, education, cultural celebrations, seasonal events, gardening, food and recipes, wellbeing and health, sexuality, dance, fashion, music, art, theatre and film, philosophy, religion and spirituality, astrology, science and technology, architecture, and business. We hope to make these available as e-books soon. We’ll keep you posted!