filling Station is a literary and arts magazine created in Calgary, publishing 3 issues per year and hosting a number of literary events including our Flywheel Reading Series (the second Thursday of every month at Pages). filling Station is always accepting submissions. Our only mandate is to publish innovative & original poetry, fiction, literary journalism, nonfiction, and fine art.
For 30 years Arc Poetry Magazine has been finding the brave new voices. We tackle the burning questions: What, say, is hockey poetry really about? Would you dare to be the next Anon? Arc features poetry that’s woozy, yap-happy, and smoking, and prose that offers a new perspective on the verse you thought you knew.
Canada's leading magazine of ideas. The LRC features thought-provoking book reviews, essays, and poetry: contributors include many of the country's most celebrated writers, from Sharon Butala to Erna Paris, from Peter C. Newman to Rawi Hage. An award-winning look at contemporary culture, politics, literature and science.
On Site covers architecture, design, landscape architecture and urbanism. It is an independent journal, drawing from an international pool of young practitioners and theorists. Each issue has a different theme, each one very different from all the others.
We’re the upstarts, the rabble rousers. The new kids on the rock. Riddle Fence publishes fast-paced literature alongside contemporary art from Newfoundland, across Canada and around the world. And yeah, we stand out from the crowd. But we also wear our mud boots. We know how to get down and dirty.
Vallum Magazine is essential reading for poetry lovers. Each themed issue features top international poetry, reviews and art. Experimental and eclectic, Vallum surveys the territories of modern poetry with engaging words and a discerning ear. Discover incredible depth, ideas and imagination.
PRISM international is a quarterly magazine out of Vancouver, British Columbia, whose mandate is to publish the best in contemporary writing and translation from Canada and around the world. Started in 1959, PRISM is the oldest literary magazine in Western Canada. Since its first volume, PRISM has published Margaret Atwood, Irving Layton, Jorge Luis Borges, Evelyn Lau, Michael Ondaatje, Tennessee Williams, Nobel Prize winners Salvador Quasimodo, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Seamus Heaney and many more.
On Spec is Canada’s longest-running journal of the Fantastic. We feature stories of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Magic Realism in every issue. For a glimpse at some of Canada’s most promising SF writers, try On Spec.
Often, people with mental illness are stigmatized or overlooked. Once you read an issue of Open Minds Quarterly, you'll see what we see: insightful and spririted people with stories to share. Our magazine opens minds and opens hearts. Poetry, fiction, essays, first-person accounts, and more—you'll find it all here.