I'm Sofia Osborne, a freelance writer, editor, and audio producer based in Vancouver, Canada. I love all things journalism, communications, podcasting, and publishing.
My award-winning environmental journalism has appeared in The Narwhal, The Tyee, This Magazine, Passage, Terra Informa, and The Gateway. I also co-host and produce a science podcast called Beyond Blathers.
Have a freelance writing, editing, or audio production opportunity? Please get in touch!
"Reality Bites: Edmonton podcast investigates anti-Black racism and policing" – This Magazine, January 2021
"This Summer I Got to Know the Neighbours, Two Humpback Whales" – The Tyee, September 2020
"How The Sims Reflects the Inadequacy of Eco-Capitalism" – Passage, August 2020
"Seven New Media Projects Worth Following" – Pink Sheep Media, July 2020
"Desperately Seeking Sanctuary" – The Narwhal, September 2019
"Dad's World Was My Refuge, Until the Windstorm Hit" – The Tyee, January 2019
"In the Grey: Alberta's relationship with oil in a changing world" – The Gateway, April 2019 (winner of the John H. McDonald Award for Excellence in Student Journalism in the climate reporting category)
"Reading Change" – The Gateway, February 2019
U of A dismisses elder, creates position of Vice-Provost (Indigenous Initiatives) – The Gateway, April 2018
Radio and Podcasting (Selected)
Co-host and Producer, Beyond Blathers, the podcast where science meets Animal Crossing (as seen on Polygon!)
"Pandemic Walks", Terra Informa, July 2021
"Investigating in Alberta", Terra Informa, January 2019 (winner of the National Campus and Community Radio Association Award for Best Syndicated Program)
"De-extinction, Should We Resurrect Extinct Animal Species?", Terra Informa, January 2019
Proofreader, This Magazine, January 2019 – Present
Co-editor, From Glasgow to Saturn, the University of Glasgow's literary journal, October 2019 – November 2020
Managing Editor, The Gateway, May 2018 – April 2019
News Editor, The Gateway, May 2017 – April 2018
Reporter, Host, Editor, and Producer, Terra Informa,
September 2017 – May 2019