Toronto, ON, June 12, 2017 —The Humber Literary Review, a literary and arts magazine, is currently seeking submissions of short fiction, personal essays, poetry, artwork, and comics for its upcoming fall/winter issue, scheduled for release in November 2017.

We pay $100 each for essays, fiction, reviews, and for 2-3 poems. We also pay our feature and comics artists. Contributors will receive two copies of the issue in which their work appears plus a one-year subscription.

The deadline for submissions is September 05, 2017.

Previous issues of the HLR have included original work from

Alberto Manguel

Anakana Schofield

Amber McMillan

Cassidy McFadzean

Cherie Dimaline

Corinna Chong

Douglas Coupland

Emily Schultz

Eufemia Fantetti

Jacob Scheier

Jennifer Lovegrove

      Eva H.D.

      George Elliott Clarke

      Jen Sookfong Lee

      Jowita Bydlowska

      Kate Beaton

      Karen Solie

      Kim Dorland

      Krista Foss

      Lisa Walter

      Mariko Tamaki

      Mark Sampson

      Matt Cahill

      Moez Surani

      Michael Fraser

      Naben Ruthnum

      Priscila Uppal

      Russell Smith

      Sarah Nind

      Steve Howell

      Souvankham Thammavongsa

      Teva Harrison

      Travis Shilling

The magazine has also featured interviews with Eden Robinson, Miriam Toews, Emma Donoghue, Wab Kinew, Marina Endicott, Miranda Hill, Sean Michaels, Sheila Heti, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Anne Zbitnew, Michael Winter, and more.

We are always looking to publish and promote more emerging artists.

Work from the HLR has been featured in Best Canadian Poetry, Best Canadian Essays, and has been nominated for a National Magazine Award.

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