I am an author and freelance multimedia journalist focusing on the intersections of culture, business, science, and health in the cannabis and psychedelics spaces.

I am currently a contributing writer at Forbes and Leafly, as well as the co-founder and editor-in-chief at Inside the Jar, an independent publication focused on drug culture in Canada and the United States. My first book, “The Little Book of Cannabis: How Marijuana Can Improve Your Life”, was published by Greystone Books in 2018 on the same day cannabis was legalized in Canada. In 2019, the Toronto Star bestseller was named the #1-selling non-fiction cannabis book in the country. In my second book, “Psyched: 7 Cutting-Edge Psychedelics Changing The World,” I break down the history, science, and cultural and medical uses of seven different psychedelic drugs and plant medicines, contextualized with case studies and interviews with scientists, doctors, therapists, advocates, ethnobotanists and practitioners. It will be in bookstores everywhere on October 18, 2022.

My byline has appeared in The New York Times, Forbes, Vice, Leafly, The Dales Report, Calgary Herald, The Georgia Straight (where I received national and regional awards for my work), and CannCentral, among others. I have been featured on CBC and Global News, a wide variety of national radio shows, and have spoken at several cannabis- and health-focused conferences. I’ve also hosted important conversations about psychedelics at events like SXSW in Austin, Texas, and the Wonderland conference in Miami, Florida.

I am available for freelance work including news coverage, copywriting, portraiture, documentary projects, multimedia, and more. Pitch me today!

I am a freelance multimedia journalist focusing on the intersections of business and culture in the cannabis and psychedelics industries.

I am a co-founder and editor-in-chief at Inside the Jar, a growing independent publication focused on drug culture in Canada and the United States. My first book, “The Little Book of Cannabis: How Marijuana Can Improve Your Life”, was published by Greystone Books in 2018 on the same day cannabis was legalized here. In 2019, the Toronto Star bestseller was also named the #1-selling non-fiction cannabis book in the country. A follow-up, “The Little Book of Psychedelics”, is in the works.

My byline has appeared in the New York Times, Forbes, Vice, Leafly, Calgary Herald, Georgia Straight (where I received national and regional awards for my work), CannCentral, and Inside the Jar, among others. As an author, I have been featured on CBC and Global News, as well as a wide variety of national radio shows. I endeavour to cover cannabis from an international perspective and hope you enjoy reading my work.

I am available for freelance work including event and news coverage, copy writing, portraiture, documentary projects, multimedia, and more. Please contact me with any inquiries at info@amandasiebert.com.

 

 

Quality

Experience

Passion

Authenticity

Multimedia Journalist

Bylines in the New York Times, Forbes, Vice, and others

Photographer + Videographer

Over a decade of photography and video experience

Copywriter

Clients include provincial distributors, retailers, ancillary services, magazines, and more

Content Manager + Editor

I’ve worked with licensed producers, authors, educators, and several publications in this role