[twocolumns]Fiction; Poetry; Visual Art[/twocolumns]
The Capilano Review has a long history of publishing new and established Canadian writers and artists who are experimenting with or expanding the boundaries of conventional forms and contexts. International writers and artists appear in our pages too. Founded in North Vancouver in 1972 by Pierre Coupey, the magazine continues its original mandate to publish the literary and visual arts side by side.
The print edition of TCR is published three times a year. A pdf version is available for purchase simultaneously. Our website features a free e-magazine called ti-TCR | a web folio, also published three times a year.
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Location: Vancouver, BC
Format: Print; Online
Issue Price: $16
Subscription Price: $30 for 3 issues
Two Western Magazine Awards
Eight gold and silver awards for fiction and poetry from The National Magazine Foundation
One Association for Canadian Studies Award of Merit in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development of Canadian Studies.
Unsolicited Submissions: Yes
Simultaneous Submissions: No
Electronic Submissions: Yes
Reading Period: All year
Response Time: 4 – 6 months
Payment: $50 per published page to a maximum of $150
Submissions are accepted through Submittable
The Capilano Review is well known for its interviews with writers and artists.
Our website features a free podcast subscription to regular releases of audio and video recordings of readings and interviews conducted on the Capilano campus since 1972.
Occasionally we make our subscriber list available to like-minded literary and arts publications. To be excluded from these mailings, please contact the TCR office firstname.lastname@example.org
TCR depends on donors and subscribers for its ongoing survival. Donors and subscribers in the current season are members of the Capilano Review Contemporary Arts Society.
The Capilano Review was founded in 1972 by Pierre Coupey at Capilano College. Since then editors have included Bill Schermbrucker, Ann Rosenberg, Dorothy Jantzen, Bob Sherrin, Ryan Knighton, Sharon Thesen, Jenny Penberthy, and Brook Houglum.