Jennie Punter is the editor of Musicworks magazine. For more than two decades she wrote regularly on music, film, arts and culture, and the entertainment business for publications such as Variety, the Globe and Mail, and the Toronto Star. She has been a staff editor or writer at various Canadian periodicals, both small and large.
For a dozen years, she maintained a parallel career as a documentary-film field producer, researcher, and writer; she has worked on film and digital projects for award-winning organizations such as the National Film Board of Canada, Storyline Entertainment, Sphinx Productions, and 90th Parallel. 
Her music and film journalism is included in various anthologies, most recently Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohen: Interviews and Encounters (Chicago Review Press, 2014).
She studied classical piano for fifteen years.

Taylor Kozak is the operations and circulation manager of Musicworks. Originally hailing from the self-proclaimed “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin, TX, Taylor has spent a dozen years specializing in grants and administration for not-for-profit institutions. She earned a BFA in Studio Art and an MA in Art History, and lived in the cultural hubs of New York and Detroit before settling in Toronto with her musician husband. She has played the clarinet for over twenty years and spent the last decade performing in guerrilla brass bands and participating in the “street band” community.

Atanas Bozdarov is the art director and designer of Musicworks.  An interdisciplinary artist, Atanas focuses on deconstructing the ways in which we interpret systems and structures. He is a professor in the department of Visual Studies of the University of Toronto, Mississauga. 

Paul Dutton has been a copyeditor, principally freelance, since 1968, during which time he has also followed a career as poet, novelist, essayist, and oral sound artist, performing solo and ensemble (The Four Horsemen poetry-performance group, CCMC free-improv trio, Quintet à Bras music-poetry group), throughout Canada and across the U.S.A., Europe, and South America, at literary and music festivals, in concert halls, galleries, theatres, clubs, universities, and high schools, on radio, TV, film, and the Web. His most recent book is a novel, Several Women Dancing (Mercury Press, 2002), his latest solo CD is Oralizations (DAME Records, 2005).

Karen Pierce, Musicworks magazine's bookeeper, has supported and chosen to work for non-profit organizations for over 30 years. One of her first jobs was with Greenpeace, working as a bookkeeper in the Vancouver office. In 1990, she changed her focus from working with environmental groups to non-profit arts organizations and small businesses. Today her client list includes Musicworks magazine and many well known arts groups in Toronto.
She spends the rest of her workdays designing and renovating homes and tending to her porch plants.