MEET THE STAFF
Meet the Staff/Contributors to SSBBW Magazine
Sue CarterManaging Editor/Contributing Writer
Sue is a 50 year old single SSBBW living in Ontario Canada with a very spoilt cat! She also wrote for the now defunct SSBBWoman online magazine in 2002. She works full time as a database programmer. She loves to read and have a good laugh and spend quality time with friends and family.
Jeff MitchellPoetry/Fiction Editor/Contributing Writer
Jeff is a 26 year old writer, cartoonist, photographer, and self-proclaimed Jeff-of-all-Trades. The pen as his weapon of choice, he strives to bring about an era where people are judged by the size of their hearts and souls and not by their height and weight. With a mixture of fact and comedy, he wants to show all people of all sizes the beauty of the human form and bring an end to discrimination of size.
Anita WilliamsFood Editor/Contributing Writer
Anita is a proud SSBBW Suburban Black Chick who graduated from a very decent Boston-area university with two poverty majors and is currently pursuing a Master's degree. A Renaissance woman in the 21st century, she has a myriad of interests and enjoys spending time thinking, laughing, and with family & friends.
Toni TailsArts and Entertainment Editor/Contributing Writer
Toni Tails is a 36 year old full-time artist (http://tonitails.com) and single, home schooling mom of an awesome Autistic kid. She uses her art to promote the beauty of all kinds of bodies, including SSBBWs such as herself. She loves spending time with her family, belting out some mean karaoke, reading, and being as silly as humanly possible. (Maybe more!) She has a degree in Nerdism , is a raving Whovian, and often makes poor attempts at quoting films and T.V. shows at inopportune moments. She wants all SSBBW magazine readers to know, "Bowties are cool!"
Dr. Doug specializes in the integration of proper nutrition, fitness and motivation in order to help you pursue a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Doug is devoted to eliminating his patient's weight concerns in order to enhance their emotional and physical well-being. He strongly believes that healthy weight management can be achieved not only by changing what we do physically, but also how we approach our weight and lifestyle mentally.
Doctor Doug is an active members of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP): a group devoted to the study of obesity and its associated diseases. Dr. Doug makes it a priority to attend ASBP conferences biannually. In addition to this, Doctor Doug is also a member of the American College of Physicians. He strongly believes that the incorporation of new ideas and innovations into the treatment of obesity are crucial, and will continue adding to his wealth of knowledge for as long as possible.
Mike Tattersall has a Masters Certificate in Personal Fitness Training. He's been a personal trainer for 18 years and in that time has worked with people of all abilities and disabilities. He also teaches fitness classes and pilates.
Shari H is a registered dietitian, a professional counselor and a certified diabetes educator specializing in medical nutrition therapy and fitness with focus on women's and child's health. Shari is passionate about sharing her knowledge and expertise as a means to encourage and empower women to accept themselves as they are: She strongly believes that being in harmony with one's body and soul; appreciating oneself and acknowledging that everyone has something unique to offer to the world is the key to good health. After all, health is "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" (WHO, 1946).
Brigid Ashling is a writer who lives in Charlotte, North Carolina and is dedicated to living life to its fullest. She holds a bachelors degree in Anthropology and is currently completing a masters degree in Organizational Psychology. Her time away from work is often spent watching movies, reading, playing at the dog park, and traveling. Aside from writing, her favorite creative outlet is dance and doesn't let size hold her back from showing off on stage.
Artwork courtesy of SSBBW artist Michael better known as Koudelka. Michael has been drawing all his life. He drew his first large woman at the age of 12. Later, realizing that he prefered girls with a lot of flesh on their bones he began drawing a lot of pics featuring large women.
To see more of Michael's work go to his gallery on Deviant Art.
- assist the Managing Editor in gathering articles for the Fashion/Beauty section for each monthly issue
- moderate forums
- write articles as required
- promote magazine on various ssbbw related websites
- edit and proof articles
- submit edited and proofed articles to Managing Editor by 22nd of month
- write and edit articles for various sections of magazine and submit to Section Editor by 20th of month
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SSBBW Magazine offers the SSBBW of the world information and support about the issues that affect us every day. Articles are educational, entertaining, inspirational and motivational. Our readers are diverse and from many different countries, religions and ethnicities.
We are seeking articles that will appeal to this global audience. Articles must be pertinent to SSBBWs, BBWs or women in general.
SSBBW Magazine is a labor of love and therefore we are unable to offer compensation for articles.
Reviewing of submissions can take a few weeks. Not all submissions will be accepted. We also reserve the right to edit any submissions as we see fit for content and/or grammar/spelling. All accepted articles will be posted with the authors name as submitted as well as a bio (no more than 2 lines) if the author wishes. Also, if requested a contact email will be included if provided and deemed appropriate.
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