Wit, modesty and wisdom from Atlantic Canada.
Launched in June 2017, [EDIT] is a premium media company devoted to celebrating business leaders and creatives doing the unexpected while expanding Atlantic Canada’s global reach.
Published quarterly, the four print issues are bookish, beautifully printed and collected to be displayed on coffee tables and bookshelves.
[EDIT] now spans print, digital, and TV. This includes the podcast Mullinger Meets Canadians, the nationally televised TV show Atlantic Edition, as well as the bi-weekly digital magazine EDIT[ION].
James Mullinger is an award-winning writer, comedian and filmmaker and a highly acclaimed inspirational and motivational speaker. He was one of the UK’s hardest-working comedians, as well as a journalist, TV presenter and author. He spent 15 years at British GQ magazine, interviewing everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to Rachel Weisz. In 2014, he moved to Saint John, New Brunswick, for a better quality of life. In his first 18 months, he was nominated for a Just for Laughs best comedy show award and a Canadian Comedy Award. In April 2016, he sold out New Brunswick's biggest indoor arena with his live stand-up comedy show, beating Jerry Seinfeld's sales record. This show was documented in the CBC documentary film City On Fire, which aired on CBC's prime-time Saturday night in September 2016. He has also written a best-selling book and for The Guardian newspaper and for Glamour and Men’s Health magazines.
Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Co-Founder & Publishing Director
Pamela Mullinger has worked in marketing, fashion and magazine publishing for over 20 years. Born in Saint John, New Brunswick, she began her career in fashion marketing in Toronto in 1996, working for brands such as Giorgio Armani and Calvin Klein. In March 2000, Mullinger relocated to London, England, to work for Vanity Fair magazine (Condé Nast Publications) as Fashion Manager. She then worked for Wallpaper* magazine and Winkreative. In February 2007, Mullinger was appointed as Publishing Director and part of the founding team of MONOCLE, an international briefing on current affairs, business, culture and design. MONOCLE remains one of the most distinguished titles on the newsstand worldwide. Since moving to New Brunswick in 2014, she has consulted for numerous brands including Kinfolk magazine.
Lindsay Vautour, [EDIT]'s Art Director, is responsible for designing every page of the magazine. Lindsay graduated from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design in 2004 with a Diploma in Graphic Arts. She worked at Revolution Strategy from 2004 to 2011, creating campaigns for clients such as Saint John Transit, Tourism New Brunswick, Irving Oil, Cooke Aquaculture and the University of New Brunswick. In 2011, she founded design and branding agency Pop Studio, whose clients include the City of Saint John, Port Saint John, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Pharmacists’ Association, the Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association and Vantage Build.
Laura is [EDIT]’s sales and marketing guru. Born in New Brunswick, she studied at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nov Scotia, and lived in Calgary, Alberta, for many years while she worked in commercial finance for GE Capital and HSBC Bank Canada. She moved home to Saint John, New Brunswick, in 2012 and worked in purchasing at the Kent head office. She had three beautiful children (Henry, Wyatt and Emma) in three years (which prepared her perfectly for the frantic demands of the [EDIT] office).
[EDIT]’s senior editor Jennifer Wood has travelled Canada for the magazine, interviewing everyone from Rick Mercer, Classified, David Myles and Chef Michael Smith to Mary Walsh, comedians Jonny Harris and Sugar Sammy and globally recognized architects Susan Fitzgerald and Peter Braithwaite. A native of Quebec’s Eastern Townships, Jennifer studied Communications and Public Relations at Concordia University. She cut her teeth as an intern at Cossette Communications and the Montreal World Film Festival before moving to Saint John, New Brunswick, where she worked in the oil and gas and aviation industries before joining the [EDIT] team.
[EDIT]'s editorial assistant Morgan Leet is a graduate from Carleton University’s Communication and Media Studies honours program. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, she grew up in New Brunswick before heading to Ottawa for her post-secondary studies. Her passions are for storytelling and finding unique voices to amplify through her writing. The East Coast has always had her heart, and after graduating this spring she has returned home to Rothesay, New Brunswick.
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