We're working to digitize the literary magazines that contributed to the emergence of Canadian modernism in its various forms. Take a moment to explore and learn more here:
Published in Saint John, New Brunswick, Neith featured the first Black-Canadian editor of a Canadian "little magazine": Abraham Beverley Walker.See more
While short-lived, this mostly French-language magazine sparked controversy because of its editors' cosmopolitan and formalist ideas.See more
Founded in Montreal by a coterie of friends and acquaintances, Preview published many of Canada's most famous modernist poets.See more
Frequently remembered for its polemical essays and editorials, First Statement also attracted many notable Canadian modernist poets and critics.See more
Browse, sort, and search a complete list of the people who contributed to the magazines in our project's digital repository.Browse Contributors
Browse, sort, and search a complete list of the editorials, manifestos, poems, short stories, essays, and other texts we've digitized.Browse Texts
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