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… Order a 2016 Combined Subscription to CAROUSEL, The Feathertale Review and Poetry Is Dead — that’s two issues from all three magazines, six magazines in total — for a mere $30 investment. Wow, more than 60% off the combined newsstand price! (this offer is only available to Canadian addresses)
Your CAROUSEL subscription begins with issue 36
88pgs | full-colour | perfect-bound w/ bleeds
CAROUSEL is a superbly designed hybrid arts/lit/culture magazine, “a delicious paper treat created with care for the tasteful reader with a ravenous appetite for contemporary culture.” Issue 36 highlights include: an interview with experimental poet gustave morin about his latest release, Clean Sails, a book of typewriter poems composed using dozens of different typewriters, the culmination of thousands of hours spent typing. Jim Johnstone looks at the phenomena of the first book in Canadian letters, and explores the rise of the current crop of poets beginning to capture the national imagination; includes a selection of new poems from Chad Campbell, Liz Howard, Ben Ladouceur and Cassidy McFadzean, who all published significant debuts in 2015. Shannon Anderson interviews Montreal-based multidisciplinary artist Dominique Pétrin about the amazing large-scale paper-based installation spaces she creates.
(CRSL#36 ships in April; #37 ships in October)
Your Feathertale Review subscription begins with issue 15
128pgs | perfect-bound
The Feathertale Review is a National Magazine Award-winning magazine devoted to the very best in Canadian literary humour. Our 15th issue features 64 pages of original fan fiction and is packed with satirical poetry, fiction and illustrations. Highlights include: an interview with Susan Musgrave, a first look at Stephen Harper’s next book, Murakami explained and 41,108 words of varying length.
(FT#15 ships in January; #16 ships in March)
Your Poetry Is Dead subscription begins with issue 12
64pgs | perfect-bound
Poetry Is Dead is a poetry journal filled with essays, poems, reviews, an interview and visual art. Issue 12, the “Working Class” issue, guest edited by Jenny Sampirisi and Mat Laporte features essays with Anne Boyer, Margaret Christakos and Kaie Kellough. We have poems by Donato Mancini, Sonnet L’abbe, Sarah Pinder and more.
(PID#12 ships in January; #13 ships in March)