New dandy news
By Tammy Thorne, Publisher, dandyhorse magazine
Welcome new dandies Sarah, Kyuwon and Victoria!
dandyhorse magazine has a lot of new stuff happening for 2013. Including a new dandy newsletter that is totally free. The dandy newsletter will sum up the monthly dandyBLOG posts and promote upcoming events.
dandyhorse is also very pleased to announce that we have a new dandy web editor! Writer, editor and songwriter, Sarah Greene bikes for transportation, relaxation, and sometimes inspiration. A native Torontonian, one of her first published pieces of prose was a letter to the editor at NOW Magazine in support of the then-new Dundas East bike lanes. These days, her work can be found in NOW Magazine, Quill & Quire, This Magazine, Broken Pencil, The Coast, Words & Music, and, of course, dandyhorse.
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Sarah Greene (above), dandy web editor
Kyuwon Kim (social media manager and assistant web editor) originally got on the saddle to train for triathlons but now she chooses to bike mostly to save on TTC tokens. She loves biking the Don Valley trails and thinks that everyone should try riding the four-person tandem bike on Toronto Island. Kyuwon is also the dandy responsible for the "Montreal/Vancouver/Toronto?" poster that was a sensation in response to the ridiculous removal of Toronto's Jarvis street bike lane. More about that in our upcoming newsletter.
Victoria Salvas (circulation coordinator) is a year-and-a-half into biking in Toronto. Coming from Northern Ontario she is loving the Toronto she's been able to experience from her bike. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario and dove into the magazine publishing scene, first as an intern and contributor to This magazine, and later joining Magazines Canada. She is jazzed to be getting the word out on dandyhorse as well as providing newsstand and subscription support.
If you would like to sell dandyhorse magazine in your shop or have questions about subscriptions please email Victoria at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Victoria suggests you consider giving the gift of dandy this holiday season and buy a gift subscription for a friend . You can buy a subscription at dandyhorsemagazine.com/subscribe or email me at email@example.com.
WHAT ELSE IS NEW? Our dandyCOMMUTE series, that’s what!
Our new dandy team will soon be penning (pixelating?) their own commutes ... and we hope you will too!
All contributors to the dandyCOMMUTE series receive FREE reflective tape courtesy of 3M and Sweet Pete’s west-end location. Sweet Pete’s at 1204 Bloor Street West will apply the tape to your bike if you like.
We will have more prizes in the new year (including Bell helmets and Timbuk2 bags) and all dandyCOMMUTE contributors will be entered into a grand prize draw to win a bike at the end of 2013.
SPRING SAFETY ISSUE DUE IN MAY: These new dandies, along with our long-time talented and devoted dandy contributors, will work with me as well as experienced graphic designer and photographer Gary Davidson (he designed our “pantless” issue) on our super “safety” issue due this spring. With original U of T research on cycling in the GTA, including illustrative maps, plus a supplementary bike spotting section, alongside profiles of some of the most outspoken cycling personalities, and a safety-is-sexy fashion shoot; our spring issue will be sure to please. We will also feature our favourite dandyCOMMUTE story …and much, much more!
Subscribe today and get dandy at your door!
Submit your dandyCOMMUTE story today and get reflective tape tomorrow!
And, once again... Welcome new dandies!
Big thanks as always to our sponsors.
You can find more information about advertising in dandyhorse magazine in 2013 here.
DON'T FORGET our monthly dandy NEWSLETTER starts this December! Sign up here for the dandy NEWSLETTER. It's a monthly summary of our best stories from the dandyBLOG + a little look ahead. And it's absolutely free!
Stay tuned to dandyhorsemagazine.com/blog for more winter cycling news, a special winter bike spotting series about gear and our new monthly safety column where cycling experts weigh in on issues affecting and real-life situations facing cyclists in Toronto today.