Friends of The ALP

Some wonderful people at other Canadian literary magazines have supported us by donating back issues and/or subscriptions to give away at our launch events for antilang. no. 2-3 in Saskatoon & Calgary. We’re also very grateful to the venues that host us and give us a space in which to celebrate our contributors. We’d like to recognize these organisations here and encourage you to check out the goodness that they’re putting into the creative writing community!

Augur Magazine

  • a literary magazine that makes room for writing from uncommon perspectives, and brings together the often disparate realms of literary and genre fiction.

Bolen Books, Victoria, BC

  • Bolen Books is the largest single-location independent bookstore in Western Canada and is happy to host public readings, book signings, and other family-friendly activities (such as crafting days!).

The Capilano Review

  • TCR has a long history of publishing contemporary writers and artists who experiment with or expand the boundaries of conventional forms and contexts

The Fiddlehead

  • Atlantic Canada’s International Literary Journal

filling Station

  • Canada’s experimental literary magazine

McNally Robinson Booksellers, Saskatoon, SK

  • McNally is a pillar of the Saskatoon writing scene, providing multiple spaces for launches, signings, and performances as well as an outlet for consignment and self-publishing

Munro’s Books, Victoria, BC

  • Munro’s Books was founded by Jim and Alice Munro back in 1963. It has moved around downtown Victoria since then and now is located in a heritage building. This bookstore hosts literary events and promotes local writers.

NōD Magazine

  • the University of Calgary’s creative writing publication

Prairie Fire

  • a Canadian magazine of New Writing

Shelf Life Books, Calgary, AB

  • Our friends at Shelf Life have been supporting us (and contributing to antilang.) since before our first volume launch; they make you feel at home and bring out the best audiences, even in the midst of a blizzard


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