Monday, June 14, 2010

Taddle Creek-Summer 2010 Issue On Newsstands Now...

L: "The Quiet" by Michael Christie
R: "Strange Attractors" by Danielle Egan

L: "Snorkel" by Judy McCrosky
R: "A Private Woman" by David Ross

Taddle Creek’s long awaited Out-of-Towner issue is now on sale at a variety of fine newsstands. This historic issue sees Taddle Creek temporarily remove its Toronto-centric restrictions, and features authors and artists from coast to coast in all directions. To celebrate this one-time-only event, the magazine is proud to also announce The Taddle Creek Travelling Series of Happenings, a tour that Taddle Creek hopes will see it play to tens of people across Canada and the U.S. this summer and fall.
Taddle Creek’s Out-of-Towner issues features new fiction and poetry by Michael Christie (Victoria), Danielle Egan (Vancouver), Jesse Patrick Ferguson (Fredericton), Judy McCrosky (Saskatoon), Catherine McGuire (Sweet Home, Oregon), Peter Norman (Halifax), David Ross (Toronto), Alexandra Wilder (New York), and Elana Wolff (Thornhill, Ontario). Plus, an essay on Montreal’s Mile End neighbourhood by Sarah Gilbert (Montreal); a photo gallery of and essay on Saint John, New Brunswick, by Ian MacEachern (London, Ontario) and Tony Tobias (Toronto), respectively; a profile of Vancouver’s Lee Henderson by Toronto’s Mark Medley; comics by David Collier (Hamilton) and Jason Turner (Vancouver); illustrations by Matthew Daley (Toronto) and Zach Worton (Montreal); all the regular features, including a short piece by Jenn Hardy (Montreal) and Dave Lapp’s People Around Here; and a cover by Pascal Blanchet (Trois-Rivières, Quebec).
It’s an issue well worth the five dollars. Taddle Creek hopes to see you on the road this summer!

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