Augur Magazine Workshops for October

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Canada’s Augur Magazine is sponsoring a series of Sunday workshops in October!
 
  • October 17th, at 2PM EST: Slipping Between The Streams: What Makes Poetry Speculative? hosted by poet Tiffany Morris.
 
  • October 24th, at 2PM EST: Stronger Stories: Beginnings That Make Impressions – hosted by Arley Sorg, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Fantasy Magazine.
 
  • October 31st, at 3PM EST: Editing Speculative Short Fiction: An Overview – hosted by Andrew Wilmot, co-publisher of Anathema: Spec from the Margins, and an associate/acquisitions editor for Poplar Press.
 
Workshops will be virtual, and take place through Zoom Meetings.
 
Participants can register through Eventbrite, with paid ($15 CAD) and PWYC options. Register now: https://www.augurmag.com/augur-workshops/

Issue 2 of Polar Starlight Available for Download

The new issue of Polar Starlight, edited by SF Canada member Rhea E. Rose and published by R. Graeme Cameron is now available.

Discover poetry from SF Canada member Neile Graham as well as 15 other Canadian writers.

Download Issue 2 for free. Both Polar Starlight and Polar Borealis are currently closed to poetry and fiction submissions, but are open for cover art.

Visit polarborealis.ca to view back issues and to learn more about submitting.

Issue 18 of Polar Borealis Available for Download

The latest issue of Polar Borealis, edited by SF Canada member R. Graeme Cameron, has just been published.

Discover fiction from SF Canada members Geoff Hart and Robert Dawson as well as poetry from Lisa Timpf and Melanie Marttila.

Both Polar Borealis and Polar Starlight are currently closed to poetry and fiction submissions, but are open for cover art. Check the website for more details on what Polar Borealis typically publishes.

Download Issue 18 for free. Visit polarborealis.ca to view back issues and find more information about this paying market.

Issue 1 of Polar Starlight Available for Download

The first issue of Polar Starlight, a new magazine devoted to Canadian speculative poetry, is now published and available to download.

Polar Starlight is edited by SF Canada member Rhea E. Rose and published by R. Graeme Cameron.

Discover poetry from fellow members Bernadette Gabay Dyer and Neile Graham along with many other Canadian voices.

Download Issue 1 for free. Visit polarborealis.ca for more information about Polar Starlight and the original Polar Borealis.

Issue 17 of Polar Borealis Available for Download

The latest issue of Polar Borealis, edited by SF Canada member R. Graeme Cameron, has just been published.

Discover poetry from SF Canada members Jean-Louis Trudel, Lisa Timpf, and Melanie Marttila along with fiction from Paula Johanson.

Both Polar Borealis and the new Polar Starlight are open to poetry and fiction submissions until February 28, 2021. The latter is a new Canadian poetry magazine edited by Rhea E. Rose.

Download Issue 17 for free. Visit polarborealis.ca to view back issues and find more information about this paying market.