Canadian literary magazines: Canadian science fiction magazines, Canadian Literature, Prairie Fire, Taddle Creek, Contemporary Verse 2

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9781156115053: Canadian literary magazines: Canadian science fiction magazines, Canadian Literature, Prairie Fire, Taddle Creek, Contemporary Verse 2
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Canadian science fiction magazines, Canadian Literature, Prairie Fire, Taddle Creek, Contemporary Verse 2, Existere, The Week, Solaris, Mosaic, Every Day Fiction, Hart House Review, Literary Review of Canada, Memewar, One cool word, Geist, Ricepaper, First Statement, Northern Review, Rue Morgue, Cahoots, The Dalhousie Review, TISH, Quill & Quire, Steel Bananas, Polygraff, The Malahat Review, Filling Station, Ditch,, Descant, Canadian Forum, Modern Review, Room, Zeugma, On Spec, Unmuzzled OX, The Witch and the Chameleon, Brick, A Literary Journal, GrOnk, Poetry Toronto, Numb, Algoma Ink, Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine, The Fiddlehead, Tamarack Review, Atlantic Books Today, Joyland: A hub for short fiction, PRISM international, Forget Magazine, Uncanny Tales, Parser, Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, Kasma Science Fiction. Excerpt: Canadian Literature is a quarterly of criticism and review published out of the University of British Columbia. Canadian Literature was founded in 1959 by George Woodcock, who produced 73 issues before retiring in 1977. After Woodcock's retirement, the University of British Columbia invited William H. New, formerly an advisory editor, to act as editor. New headed the journal until 1995, producing 72 issues. Between 1995 and 2003, Eva-Marie Kröller took up the role of editor. In addition to producing 34 issues, Kröller expanded Canadian Literature by introducing a peer review process and recruiting distinguished Canadian and international scholars to make up an editorial board. In 2003, Laurie Ricou, who has been either an associate or acting editor since 1983, became the journal's editor. Ricou's term ended in 2007 and saw Margery Fee taking the helm as editor. Canadian Literature aims to foster a wider academic interest in the Canadian literary field, and publishes a wide range ...

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