Category Archives: The New Quarterly (our print mag)

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Wildly talented Waterloo writer Carrie Anne Snyder is anticipating the release of her latest collection, The Juliet Stories, in March of this year. Our Fall 2009 issue featured 3 of Carrie’s Juliet Stories, and the winter issue of TNQ, which has yet to hit newsstands, features a fourth. Carrie dropped by to pick up her [...]

Rebecca Rosenblum shares her favourite work from TNQ

When it came time to invite writers to read at our 30th birthday party, Rebecca Rosenblum was one of the first who came to mind. Not just because Rebecca is an outstanding and a longstanding TNQ cheer-leader, but because when I mentioned at the Eden Mills Writers Festival that I was planning such an event, [...]

Thank You to everyone who has made our first 30 years possible

Thank you to all who have made our first 30 years possible. They say it takes a village to raise a child, and the same can be said of a literary magazine. On the front lines, of course, are the editors, all dedicated volunteers, and the office staff lead, these days, by Managing Editor Melissa [...]

Good news

The New Quarterly is now a registered charity! The Canada Revenue agency has recognized the impact that we have in our literary communities, both locally and across Canada. The really exciting thing is that our charitable status extends retroactively to when we submitted our application, so if you’ve made a donation since August of this [...]

Go ahead, judge a book by its cover

The new issue has finally arrived. The nice man from St. Jacob’s Printery popped in with about a dozen boxes of the latest issue. I immediately got up to help him. One, because my Mama taught me always to help others, and two, because I was eager to rip open the boxes so I could [...]

New kid on the block: An introduction to TNQ’s new intern

Hello all. I’m Madhulika, the new co-op student here at TNQ, and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. Now, before you start reading, stop and stare at my name. Yes, it is long and hard to pronounce, but I promise I am no alien from another planet. In June, as I [...]

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