Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Capilano Review plans to go independent with some help from its friends

The Capilano Review has been published as a literary and art magazine for 43 years, housed at Capilano University in North Vancouver, BC. But now the university has cut its $85,000 operating support and the magazine is planning to move to Vancouver and become independent. Of course that means that they need to raise at least $20,000 to finance the six-month transition. 

So the 3x-a year magazine is using a Kickstarter campaign to offer donors a variety of premiums ranging from$10 a set of 6 new TCR bookmarks to $2,000 for which Vancouver artist and founder of TCR Pierre Coupey will create a painting dedicated to the person of your choice. So far, the campaign has raised more than $6,179 from 90 donors, with 23 days to go. 

In addition to its print magazine, the publication's website features ti-TCR|a web folio, also published three times a year. 

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