Category Archives: Small Mag Profiles

Might Small Mag: Arc Poetry Magazine

The summer months are always a great time for reflection for lit mags and small publishers: they get to regroup, reorganize, and prepare for the autumn deluge of submissions, contest entries, and events. It’s fitting, then, that we are revisiting our Might Small Mag series with Arc Poetry Magazine because as of last month, The [...]

Mighty Small [Mag]: Found Press Quarterly

Today we renew our Mighty Small Mag series with a new mag that does things a little differently. Last month, Found Press Quarterly launched its first issue, which includes the work of TNQ‘s own Cynthia Flood (Issue 115). FPQ uses a music analogy to explain their unique business model: like an album, the digital magazine [...]

Another Mighty Small Mag: Bywords

Thanks to Amanda Earl for taking time out of (I imagine, thanks to the below!) an extraordinarily busy day to tell us all about Bywords. What does a day at the Bywords look like? is a volunteer non profit organization with the volunteers working primarily on line from Australia, Toronto and Ottawa. There are [...]

Mighty Small Mag: The Puritan

And on the heels of the CPF announcement, I meet a new small mag, The Puritan, by way of Melissa.  I’d really like to showcase all of our fellow small arts and literaries here on the blog before “changing market conditions” force us out of print, or out of publishing altogether.  If you’ve got a [...]

A Mighty Small Mag: Other Voices

And here’s the fourth in my ongoing series profiling small magazines for your reading enjoyment: Other Voices. I began this series as a bit of protest over the impending funding cuts to my mag and others of a size at DCH; however, I don’t know about the rest of you, but I and one other [...]

A Mighty Small Mag: Vallum

This is the fourth in an ongoing series profiling fabulous small magazines. It’s motivated in part by curiosity—TNQ is the only magazine I’ve ever worked for—and in part by a desire to show off. Our industry is full of talented people committed to publishing great Canadian writing, art, and scholarship. Each new profile gives me [...]


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