The Polyglot is a Canadian biannual online magazine devoted to publishing multilingual poetry and art. Our inaugural issue, Crosswalks (Spring 2017) features twenty poets and artists experimenting in eleven different languages and was launched at the Edmonton Poetry Festival on Monday April 17, 2017! Click below to purchase a digital or physical copy of our first issue!
We are on a multilingual Mission...
Although Canada may be considered one of the most multicultural countries in the world, there are very few journals committed to publishing multilingual writing, providing little incentive for Canadians to write and experiment with different languages.
The Polyglot seeks above all, to encourage Canadian poets and artists to produce and publish works in languages other than English and French. We live in a place and a time where the possibility for interaction between cultures and languages is at an all-time high. We aim to create a space where the borders of art and language can be redrawn, where identities can be reinvented, and where poets and artists feel free to question and constantly experiment.
Join us at noon on April 17, 2017, at the Marshall McLuhan House as we launch our first issue, Crosswalks, at the Edmonton Poetry Festival.
Cost: Pay what you can
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Hard copies of our Inaugural issue, Crosswalks, will be available for sale. Digital copies will be available via our website this spring.
Artwork and Cover Design by Jessie Beier