Since 1972, The Capilano Review has supported and been sustained by a vibrant community of readers, writers, and artists committed to experimentation in writing and art. Based in Vancouver and published three times a year, the magazine has featured work by more than 1,500 contributors across its history. The work collected in each issue is critically and socially engaged, including full-colour art sections and artists’ projects, poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, and reviews.
Subscriptions to a digital archive of literary and art magazine The Capilano Review are now available through publisher services platform Exact Editions. Individuals and library subscribers alike will receive instant and fully searchable access to the most recent six issues, as well as new issues as they are published.
Managing Editor Lauren Lavery commented: “We’re delighted with this brand new, visually compelling digital archive; as well as the sales opportunities it brings, the art sections of each issue, in particular, have translated beautifully into this new format.”
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “The Capilano Review has a rich history. Its contributions from award-winning literary writers including Jordan Abel, Liz Howard and Daphne Marlattand will cement its place as a brilliant resource for libraries internationally, especially as the archive grows.”
The Exact Editions digital platform allows individuals and institutional subscribers an intuitive, user-friendly and visually-stimulating experience. The Capilano Review can be explored with these helpful features:
- An advanced search function enabling search of any keywords.
- A neat stacking interface allowing for ease of browsing years and decades.
- A clean, high-quality interface faithful to the print edition.
- New issue notifications alerting readers to the availability of the next issue.
For institutions interested in buying a subscription or requesting a free trial of The Capilano Review, please click here.
Individuals can purchase an annual subscription of The Capilano Review by clicking here.