Maisonneuve is delighted to announce its new editor-in-chief. Lucy Uprichard will be taking the helm of the magazine as of December; her first issue will be Spring 2023, on newsstands in March.
Lucy is a writer, editor and fact-checker originally from the UK and a settler in Tiohti:áke (Montreal). She has written and fact-checked for a number of publications, including the Walrus, Reader's Digest, Chatelaine, Vice, Dazed, and more.
Lucy has a deep personal and professional interest in social justice topics, feminism, and queer history, and is currently a part-time archives student at McGill. She is a former organizer with Queer Between the Covers zine fair and has worked on many DIY and independent literary projects. She can be reached at [email protected].
Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Madi Haslam is moving on to an editor position at Toronto Life. Her final issue will be Winter 2022, on newsstands December 16. “It’s been an honour to work with so many talented writers and artists over the past four years,” she says. “Lucy is a remarkable journalist who is fiercely committed to independent media. Maisonneuve is in great hands—I can’t wait to see where she takes the magazine.”