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Hamilton Arts & Letters magazine
About Hamilton Arts & Letters magazine: Hamilton Arts & Letters magazine is a biannual online publication featuring artwork, interviews, reviews, essays, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, film, and sound.
Editors: Paul Lisson, Fiona Kinsella
Genres: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, audio, video, artwork
Simultaneous submissions: yes (with notice) Email submissions: yes (see website) Online submissions: no Reading period: ongoing Response time: up to four weeks Payment: yes (see website) Contests: no ISSN: 1916-8454 Founded: 2008 Issues per year: 2
Publisher's description: Hamilton Arts & Letters magazine is a biannual online publication featuring artwork, interviews, reviews, essays, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, film, and sound. HA&L reflects the ethos of a place and reaches out to other places. HA&L magazine creates a professional context for its contributors and connects them with an international audience. Most of HA&L's content comes to us by invitation and referral. We occasionally publish submissions.
HA&L would like to acknowledge & celebrate the support of the Canada Council for the Arts & the Ontario Arts Council. The Ontario Arts Council is an agency of the Government of Ontario.
Volume 6 Issue 2: Featuring “A Layer of Ghosts” by Bernadette Rule; “Cadence, Country, Silence: Writing in Colonial Space” by Dennis Lee; “HA! THE LAST INTERVIEW”—Gordon Sheppard in conversation with J.S. Porter; “Short Film: Championship” by Stephen Broomer; poetry by Amanda Jernigan; “Inextricably Bound Together: George Grant, Simone Weil, and the Legacy of Canadian Literature” by Tanis MacDonald; and more.
HA&L 5th anniversary issue: OH! CANADA issue six.1, featuring Maureen Scott Harris, "Smoke Signals" by Gary Geddes, "George Grant on the Meaning of our Love of the Beautiful" by R. Bruce Elder, "Grant’s Impasse" by Dennis Lee, and "Was Matt Cohen right that George Grant Became an Elitist?" by Arthur Davis. Poetry by Paul T. Hogan and Charles Meanwell. Portfolios by Diana Thorneycroft, Catherine Carmichael, Katie Leaf, Marianne Reim, and Paul Elia, and more!
last updated 12/16/2013