Several small independent magazines are joining similarly small independent literary publishers ventures in the Indie Literary Market this Saturday 16th in Toronto. It's at the Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick, from noon to 4:30 p.m. Showcased are the smallest of micropresses to the biggest small presses and the bpNichol Chapbook Award ($2,000 to the author, $500 to the publisher) will be announced.
Among the small indy magazines taking part are Carousel Magazine, Exile, Rampike, subTerrain and Taddle Creek.
The event is organized by Meet the Presses, an all volunteer collective created to meet the spirit of the same-named original begun in the mid-'80s by Nicholas Power and Stuart Ross. The current collective was founded by five local writers and small pressers who were former coordinators of the Toronto Small Press Book Fair: Gary Barwin, Paul Dutton, Beth Follett, Hazel Millar, Leigh Nash, Nicholas Power and Stuart Ross
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