Kim Pittaway

Kim Pittaway is the former managing editor and editor-in-chief of Chatelaine magazine and has previously run the Magazine Publishing Workshop for Magazines Canada.

She is the recipient of several honours and awards for her work in journalism: she is a seven-time finalist for the National Magazine Awards, a winner of an honourable mention from the American Society of Journalists and Authors in service journalism, winner of a 2009 Canadian Science Writers Association Science & Society award in the radio documentary category, and finalist for the best newsstand issue (circ 200,000+) in the 2006 Canadian Newsstand Awards.  More recently, she received the 2016 National Magazine Awards Foundation Outstanding Achievement Award for her body of work.

Kim Pittaway has written for The Walrus, Maclean’s, Chatelaine, More, Canadian Living, Best Health, Homemaker’s, Reader’s Digest, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Cottage Life, and others. She has also produced radio documentaries for CBC’s The Current and Tapestry.

Kim is working on her first nonfiction book, an investigative memoir on the subject of forgiveness. For more see: