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Vol. 1, No. 1, 2002

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Hour Magazine - Montreal's English-language urban newsweekly. - Weekly 'free' newspaper on Montreal sights

Montreal Mirror - Weekly community newspaper.

The McGill Daily - Student newspaper at McGill University in Montreal.

West Island Chronicle - The voice of Montreal's West Island.

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph - Top headlines affecting the English-speaking population in and around Quebec City. North America's Oldest Newspaper, since 1764.

Quebec Community Newspapers Association - A regional organization serving Quebec's community newspapers.

Quebec Launchpad for Journalists - This site is a portal for journalists covering Quebec, Canada. It is the work of Andy Riga, a reporter at The Montreal Gazette.

The Concordian - Concordia University's (Montreal, Quebec) weekly independent student newspaper.

Montreal Newspaper Guild Representing workers at The Gazette Affiliated with the CWA, The Newspaper Guild, the CLC, and the AFL-CIO.

Le Devior

Journal De Montreal

Le Matin

ARC: Canada's National Poetry Magazine



Book TV (Bravo)

Bravo Literature

Brick: A Literary Journal

Broken Pencil

Calgary Writers House

Canadian Book Review Annual

Canadian Book Web Ring

Canadian Bound - Cdn Lit News

Canadian Content

Canadian Writers on Writing

Celebration of Canadian Literature

Dooney's Cafe


Half Empty

Imprint (TVO)

Insolent Boy Entertainment

January Magazine

Jones Av.


Montreal Review of Books

Nerve Online

The News Official Post-Extinction Museum

Online Guide to Writing in Canada

Prairie Fire Review of Books

Quill & Quire

Ralph (

READ mag (Random House Canada)

Scene and Heard


Taddle Creek

THIS Magazine online

University of Toronto Bookstore Magazine

University of Toronto Canadian Poetry Project

Words: A Literary Journal

Word Riot - We accept submissions of experimental and literary fiction and poetry, as well as essay topics about Americana.

Writers Digest - Writer's Digest is the world's leading magazine for writers, founded in 1920. Writer's Market, the bible for writers seeking to publish their work, was first published in 1921.

Zuzu Petal's Quarterly - With 10,000+ organized links to helpful resources for writers, artists, performers, and researchers, it is our goal to unearth and present some of the best links and information for the online creative community. Our mission (in keeping with Dana Gioia's National Book Award winning, Can Poetry Matter?), is to expand the influence of poetry beyond its traditionally academic audience and to make quality writing an everyday craving.

pif magazine - Pif publishes a poetry section, a short story section ("Macro Fiction"), a short-short section ("Micro Fiction"), a memoir section, an interview section, a songwriting section, a screenwriting section, craft articles, a zine reviews section, animated cover art, an onsite bookstore, theme-oriented commentary, searchable archives, and Writers Only classifieds. Pif is also home to Pilot-Search, the Internet's largest literary search engine.

Poets & Writers Online - Poets & Writers,Inc. believes in Literature's fundamental contribution to contemporary culture. for the past 30 years, focused on the source of literature by providing support and exposure to writers at all stages of development.

Rain Taxi Review of Books - is a quarterly publication that publishes reviews of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction with an emphasis on works that push the boundaries of language, narrative, and genre. Essays, interviews, and in-depth reviews reflect RAIN TAXI's commitment to innovative publishing.

Westerly - Westerly publishes lively fiction and poetry as well as intelligent articles. Westerly is not a specialist academic journal but aims to generate interest in the literature and culture of Australia and its neighbouring regions.

Pierian Springs - Pierian Springs is an innovative bimonthly literary arts journal. The journal's foundation consists of writing and artwork of the utmost level of style and quality. The main facets we're interested in are originality, diversity, and emotional impact - all of which are expressed clearly. Though our main emphasis is free verse poetry, we welcome all poetic and/or artistic genres. We're especially interested in fresh writing from lesser-known authors, as well as, those already established.©text Perian Springs


TDR the danforth review - focusing on the canadians mall press scene and other matters of insignificance. NOTE- This site has an extensive literary links section

Broadcaster Magazine - Broadcaster provides the Canadian communications industry with in-depth, and wide-ranging coverage ofindustry issues and new technologies.

Capital Magazine - Capital Media is an independent media production and publishing company based in Vancouver, Canada. Capital Magazine is a bi-monthly publication dedicated to independent arts and culture, social commentary, and the media arts published online at .

Carleton University Magazine The magazine is the university’s primary vehicle for providing information on activities and events within our community; on the accomplishments of alumni, faculty and students; and on significant issues and developments within the university community and the alumni association.

Playback Magazine - Playback Magazine - About Production, Broadcasting & Interactive Media In Canada.

The Absinthe Literary Review - An online literary quarterly featuring quality fiction, essays, and poetry. May contain adult material.

The Canadian Press - is Canada's national newswire and online news source covering canada in english and french.

Five Rivers Press Guru fateh! Five Rivers Press Publications Punjabi From Zero ···> Tales From the Five Rivers

The Adirondack Review - The Adirondack Review is an on-line literary journal dedicated to publishing quality poetry, fiction, artwork, and photography. We also publish French and German translations and original poetry. TAR was established in the spring of 2000, with its first issue appearing that summer.

A Little Poetry - A Little Poetry is an ongoing electronic publication, updated at least quarterly. First and foremost, though, it's a website. The nature of the Web opens up new possibilities.

2 River View - Since 1996, 2River has been a site of poetry, art, and theory, quarterly publishing The 2River View, and occasionally publishing individual authors in the 2River Chapbook Series. All publications first appear online and afterwards in print.

The Blue Moon - The Blue Moon Review (founded as The Blue Penny Quarterly) has been published continuously since early 1994, making it one of the oldest living literary magazines online, and one of the few with an ongoing international following.

Born Magazine - Born Magazine is an experimental venue marrying literary arts and interactive media. Original projects are brought to life every three months through creative collaboration between writers and artists.

can we have our ball back - a diffucult to define poetry or literary site listing many authors and pieces. Rather chaotic in form the site demands some dep delving.

Comet Magazine - under reconstruction (sept 15th 2002)

Conjunctions - Conjunctions publishes innovative fiction, poetry, criticism, drama, art and interviews by both emerging and established writers.

Contemporary Poetry Review - Founded in 1998, the Contemporary Poetry Review is an online journal devoted exclusively to the criticism of poetry. From its inception, the mandate of the Contemporary Poetry Review has been to provide the general reader with a guide to contemporary poetry, and to serve as an organ of intelligent criticism.

Def Poetry Jam - "Def Poetry Jam was created to lend a voice to the voiceless. In comparison to other expressions, such as rap, spoken word was invisible, despite the fact that poets have always been the cajolers of history. It's imperative that these spoken word artists be catapulted to the mainstream and be recognized. Finally the marriage between (Hip Hop/Rap) and spoken word, can begin the arduous task of reconciliation".

The Drunken Boat - Consciousness—that historical relationship between boat and water — César Vallejo (1928)

Freeverse: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry & Poetics - Free Verse is a bi-annual electronic journal which focuses on publishing the finest free verse being written today.

Gravity - Gravity began publication in the summer of 1996 in a small back room in Scottdale, Georgia, having been conceived over a nice bottle of Riesling. Over the years, many of the best writers online have been published here.

Hyde Park Review of Books - The Hyde Park Review of Books is a quarterly review featuring critiques of the most promising fiction and serious nonfiction books from small, medium, independent and University presses, as well as a few larger publishers.

In Posse Review - After only a few years of circulation, In Posse Review has become the one of the most important literary publications on the world wide web. We offer an amazingly diverse selection of poetry, prose, creative non-fiction and literary criticism.

Jacket Magazine - Jacket is a free Internet-only quarterly review of new writing, with poetry, creative prose, interviews, reviews, and informative feature articles.

Jersey Works - Are we South Jersey? All Jersey? All America or even All World? If you're from Philly or Princeton, or San Francisco or Anchorage, will we consider your submissions? Will we let you look at our pages? The answer is yes to all of the above.

Linnaean Street - Our goal is to publish the highest quality literary magazine on the Web, with each issue containing a mix of new and widely published authors.

Litterae - We publish poetry, short stories, novel excerpts, criticism, travel notes, essays, translations, biographies, books review, international literary news and events, in seven languages:

Little Brown Poetry - Little Brown Poetry is an online poetry magazine with printed anthologies; accepting submissions for poetry, fiction, art and photography.

The Melic Review - The Melic Review seeks poems, essays, and fiction of the highest quality.

Meridian - Perihelion was conceived and created by Jennifer Ley in 1998 for WebdelSol -- the first online magazine to offer round table discussions, theory and practice articles and a meeting ground for the many divergent voices which made and continue to make up the every changing and evolving online writing community. Its mission was taken up by Riding the Meridian in 1999 when Ms. Ley ended her relationship with WebdelSol.

moira - A poetry journal

Monadnock Review - In geology, a monadnock is "a single remnant of a former highland, which rises as an isolated rock mass above a plain" The Monadnock Review is a webzine of art and ideas dedicated to joy and reason and meaning.

Oyster Boy Review - Print & Online Journal of Fiction & Poetry

Arts Etc.

CKUT Radio

Centre international d'art contemporain de Montréal

Planétarium de Montréal - Information on activities (shows, exhibits, rates) in English and French. Astronomical information in French only.

Canadian Guild of Crafts - Founded in 1906 to preserve, encourage and promote Canadian and Native arts and fine crafts.

Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts - Non-profit contemporary art gallery dedicated to the presentation and development of innovative work in all media by both emerging and established artists.

Just for Laughs - Montreal Comedy Festival - The annual comedy fest, the TV shows, and the museum.

Casa Del Popolo


Centaur Theatre - 2000/2001 Season - Official website of Quebec's preeminent English-language theatre, located in the historic Old Stock Exchange Building in Old Montreal. Information on plays, tickets, subscriptions and more in English and French.

Theatre Department, Concordia University - The Theatre Department at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, offers information on courses, performances, faculty and facilities. Focus on playwriting, performance, theatre design and human development.

The Other Theatre - This Montreal-based company, headed by Stacey Christodoulou, is dedicated to the development of physical, alternative theatre.

Place des Arts - The largest, most prestigious and unique multi-purpose cultural complex in Canada. Calendar and online ticket reservations. Info in English and French.

Theatre Outremont - A combination movie and live performance theatre. Lists its calendar of events, ticket and rental information.

l'Opéra de Montréal - Proides information about the company's history, productions, guild, apprenticeship programs and upcoming seasons performance schedule.

Ex-Centris - More than a theater, this complex created by the founder of Softimage is dedicated to the promotion of Independent cinema and new media. 5 floors, 3 screens, 2 meeting rooms, boutique & cafe.


Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art - Exhibitions exploring the main trends in contemporary art. Features painting, sculpture, art video, and new media.

McCord Museum - A rich and diversified collection dating primarily from the 19th century to today, the collection bears witness to the precious historical heritage of Montreal and Quebec.

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - A dynamic social and cultural institution that has something for people of all ages. Information on the museum's history, collections, exhibitions and a "virtual visit" via webcam.

Stewart Museum - Located since 1955 at the Fort on Île Sainte-Hélène near Montreal, this museum tells the history of the discovery, exploration and development of Canada, and its close relationship with the civilizations of Western Europe, which gave it birth.

Pointe-à-Callière Montreal Museum of Archeology and History. - A result of major archaeological discoveries on the site in the 1980s. The Museum is actually an integral part of the site. Rising above more than 1,000 years of human history, it houses and protects remarkable architectural remains, displayed in situ with respect for their integrity, along with hundreds of artifacts

Museed'ArtContemporain de Montreal - Media Centre - A site of the contemporary art museum devoted to documentary research in contemporary art, and provides a directory of contemporary arts websites and lists of research products.

Centre d'Histoire de Montréal - Located in an old fire hall in Old Montréal, this museum covers all of Montréal's history from 1642 to today.

Quartier du Musee - A section of downtown Montreal where art, fashion, culture and creativity come together. Lists some of the brand name stores and museums in the area, and offers a tourist guidebook.

McGill: Redpath Museum - Museum section of the McGill University Gateway. The Museum is a centre for teaching and research on the history and diversity of life. Information about the staff, public programs, collections, and exhibits.

Recursive Angel - RA looks for the subtle and often subconscious motivations behind a writer's work. This can include the metaphysical, philosophical, abstract and experimental.

Shampoo - SHAMPOO is an online magazine that showcases darn-good poetry. it comes to you from somewhere in the San Francisco fog and is updated at the whim of its editor.

Slope - Slope is a quarterly, online journal devoted to poetry being written around the world. We publish only new, original and previously unpublished poems.

Small Spiral Notebook - Small Spiral Notebook initially started with bitterness....if you are a writer, you have every idea, concept, notion of what that means.

Spike Magazine - Spike is about people, books and ideas. First arriving online in June 1996, Spike continues to update on a frequent but erratic basis, publishing interviews, features, reviews and new writing, both by established and unpublished authors.

Strata - Guidelines? Great, I'll never get something in now, the rigid bastards, forever toiling in lock step with the rest of the editorial community... Au contraire. We look for exceptional pieces that are written with outside-the-box thinking, but will help those of you with more humble aspirations.

Stirring - Stirring is a monthly literary magazine that publishes between ten and twenty poems each issue. We ask simply that work be impressive -- we like images, metaphor, sound, rhythm, honesty, and everything else that makes a poem resonate. Make it good, and we'll like it.

Sweet Fancy Moses - Sweet Fancy Moses is an online journal of wit. It speaks loudly and longs for you to talk back. What, exactly, is wit? Fair question. We agree with the crumbling 1914 dictionary in our office: wit is "the felicitous association of objects not usually connected, so as to produce a pleasant surprise."

Vestal Review - Vestal Review is a free quarterly e-zine devoted to what we consider an under-represented type of fiction: flash (or short-short) stories. A good flash, replete with a cohesive plot, rich language and enticing imagery, is perhaps the hardest type of fiction to write. A good flash is so condensed that it borderlines poetry. A good flash engages your mind not only for the short duration of its read, but for a long time after.

Vocabula Review - The Vocabula Review (TVR) — published on or about the third Monday of each month — is a journal about the state of the English language. In each issue, you will find well-written, interesting articles about some aspect of the language. Each month The Vocabula Review attracts between 40,000 and 90,000 readers from more than 120 countries.

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