The Capilano Review has a long history of publishing new and established Canadian writers and artists who are experimenting with or expanding the boundaries of conventional forms and contexts. International writers and artists appear in our pages too. Now in its 40th year, the magazine continues to favour the risky, the provocative, the innovative, and the dissident.
Recently we have published work by Steve McCaffery, Garry Thomas Morse, Ted Byrne, Lisa Robertson, Clint Burnham, Alan Davies, Daphne Marlatt, Christian Bok, Stephen Collis, Christos Dikeakos, Marian Penner Bancroft, Liz Magor and others.
Over the years, special issues have featured the work of Robin Blaser, George Stanley, Michael Ondaatje, Daphne Marlatt, Gathie Falk, Jack Chambers, Roy Kiyooka, Arthur Erickson, bill bissett, Gerry Shikatani. Special topics have included Eco-poetics, Manifestos, B.C. Women Writers and Artists; Poets of the North (BC); Little Magazines in Canada; War, Grief and Poetics, Six Cities, Artifice and Intelligence.