Hamilton Review of Books

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Genres:
Nonfiction, Creative Nonfiction, Reviews, Visual Art
Location:
Hamilton, ON
Founded:
February 2016
Format:
Online
Single Issue:
$0.00
Publishing issues in the spring and fall, the Hamilton Review of Books is an independent online literary journal founded in 2016 and based in the thriving literary community of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Their editorial group is comprised of writers, editors, reviewers, and academics from the Hamilton area.

Hart House Review

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction, Visual Art
Location:
Toronto, ON
Founded:
1992
Format:
Online, Print
Single Issue:
$10.00
The Hart House Review is the literary journal of the University of Toronto. They aim to publish the best writing and visual art by emerging Canadian creators.

Humber Literary Review

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction
Location:
Toronto, ON
Founded:
2013
Format:
Online, Print
Single Issue:
$7.95
The Humber Literary Review is the creation of Humber College’s Department of English, and its collective includes writers, academics, critics, visual artists, and linguists. Its goal is to share their enthusiasm for work that provokes, excites, and entertains — writing that makes you want to read more.

Impressment Gang

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction, Visual Art
Location:
Halifax, NS
Founded:
2014
Format:
Online, Print
Single Issue:
$12.00
The Impressment Gang is an exciting new literary journal run out of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Gang is proud of the stimulating and innovative work they publish, and believe that their contributing writers should be compensated deservingly for their art.

Joyland

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Genres:
Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Location:
Toronto, ON; New York, NY
Founded:
2008
Format:
Online
Single Issue:
$0.00
Based on the idea that fiction is an international movement supported by local communities Joyland is a literary magazine that selects stories regionally.

Literary Review of Canada

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry
Location:
Toronto, ON
Founded:
1991
Format:
Online, Print
Single Issue:
$6.50
The Literary Review of Canada is the country’s leading forum for discussion and debate about books, culture, politics and ideas. The LRC runs lively, expert reviews of Canadian books and essays by some of the country’s most thought-provoking writers.

Little Fiction | Big Truths

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction
Location:
Toronto, ON
Founded:
2011
Format:
Online
Single Issue:
$0.00
Little Fiction | Big Truths is a digital publisher of short story singles, both fiction and non-fiction. Everything they publish is available to read for free in ePub format, or in-browser.

LooseLeaf Magazine

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction, Visual Art
Founded:
2015
Format:
Print, Online
Single Issue:
$12.00
LooseLeaf is a bi-annual magazine based in Toronto, that features content produced by pan-Asian (we focus on South, South-East, East, Mixed) creators such as visual arts, fiction, poetry, non-fiction, reviews, artists and culture.

Maisonneuve

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Genres:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Visual Art
Location:
Saint Laurent, QC
Founded:
2002
Format:
Print
Single Issue:
$8.00
Maisonneuve's purpose is to keep its readers informed, alert, and entertained, and to dissolve artistic borders between regions, countries, languages and genres. It does this by providing a diverse range of commentary across the arts, sciences, daily and social life.

Malahat Review

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Genres:
Fiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction
Location:
Victoria, BC
Founded:
1967
Format:
Print
Single Issue:
$14.95
The Malahat Review is dedicated to excellence in writing. Its aim is to discover the most promising of the new writers and publish their work alongside the best established writers, to present work accurately and attractively to readers, and to increase awareness of Canadian writing in general through perceptive critical comment.