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A Writer’s Guide to Canadian Literary Magazines & Journals. THIS POST WAS LAST UPDATED ON July 23, 2015 They publish much of Canada’s best poetry and prose.
The writers whose creative work appears in their pages range from established icons of Canadian literary arts–such as Alice Munro, Margaret Atwood and 2013 Giller Prize winner Lynn Coady, to name just a few–to new writers published for the first time. They are Canada’s literary magazines, and they are not only a source of reading pleasure, but also a critical part of our country’s culture and a forum for literary artists across the land. Malahat Review Writing Contest. Contests Click to download as a colour-version PDF!
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Dyck Posted by guts on Monday, February 23, 2015 · Leave a Comment February 23, 2015 Our upcoming issue will take on the topic of Moms. Send us a short pitch by March 6, 2015. Every single person on earth spent some time growing within the body of another human being. For many of us, thinking critically about the lives and decisions of our own mothers and grandmothers is an early introduction to feminist modes of thinking: Why are their lives the way they are?
Top 50 Literary Magazines. Find a complete listing of literary magazines here.
Our criteria for this list has changed and we feel the literary magazines on this list are much better ranked than our previous list. It's always hard to build this list, but we looked about close to 20 data points in coming up with this list. The most important criteria we used this time was date of founding, number of national anthologies publications (and we looked at a lot of them), and the quality of work of and names of passed greats published in the magazines. The purpose of this list is to help writers find a place to publish their writing that will get them some recognition. We feel when a magazine is published over a long period of time and is recognized nationally we feel it gives the authors more opportunity for exposure.
This list also includes BOLD type where literary magazines take online submissions. Top 50 Literary Magazine New Yorker The best of the best. Ploughshares The Atlantic. Submission Guidelines. The Malahat Review invites writers at all stages of their careers to submit their work.
It publishes poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction by new and established writers mostly from Canada as well as reviews of Canadian books, and the best writing from abroad. Click here for details on submitting to Elusive Boundaries: CNF in Canada, the Malahat's first-ever issue dedicated entirely to creative nonfiction (deadline July 1, 2015).
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