The Capilano Review

      • The Capilano Review has a long history of publishing new and established Canadian writers and artists who are experimenting with or expanding the boundaries of conventional forms and contexts. International writers and artists appear in their pages too. Founded in North Vancouver in 1972 by Pierre Coupey, the magazine continues its original mandate to publish the literary and visual arts side by side. The Capilano Review is well known for its interviews with writers and artists.

        Since its inception, the editors of The Capilano Review have included Bill Schermbrucker, Ann Rosenberg, Dorothy Jantzen, Bob Sherrin, Ryan Knighton, Sharon Thesen, Jenny Penberthy, Brook Houglum, and Andrea Actis.

        See for news about their latest issues, both print and online, follow their blog and their audio and video recordings, read interviews with writers and artists, and more.