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Heritage Minutes, Rebel Mayor and More: Issue Six Launch Party on May 7!


We’re thrilled to announce that on May 7, to greet its sixth issue, The Toronto Review of Books is hosting the Canadian Historical Symbolism event of the season. Join us for what we suspect will be the world’s first Mystery-Science-Theatre-style screening of Heritage Minutes, along with some thoughts from Toronto political mascot @rebelmayor  (a.k.a. writer Shawn Micallef), a reading...

Issue Five Makes its Appearance


Issue Five of The Toronto Review of Books travels from the collection of tiny model ships at the Art Gallery of Ontario to Yerevan, Armenia. It gazes on not-nothingness, and waves at David Foster Wallace. Download the PDF or EPUB, or read the issue online—and celebrate this mighty issue with us tomorrow. The evening promises readings of the marvellous poems in TRB No. 5, thrilling door prizes...

TRB Issue Five Launch Party!


Issue Five of The Toronto Review of Books is soon to make its appearance. Subterranean book markets in Armenia, tiny model ships at the AGO, Internet maps, and David Foster Wallace all take the stage in this most auspicious of issues. We’ll toast its arrival on November 13, 8pm until late, at the Poetry Jazz Café (224 Augusta Ave). If, by November 13, the U.S. election or the renaming of...

TRB Issue Three Coming Soon!


The third issue of The Toronto Review of Books will launch on April 17th to all the fanfare and cheers its readers, writers, editors, and volunteers can muster at Poetry Jazz Café (224 Augusta) in Kensington Market. Join us, from 8pm ’till late—we’ll be thrilled to see you.


Coming Soon… TRB Issue Two!


We’re thrilled to announce that Issue Two of The Toronto Review of Books will be dashing in on the coattails of the new year. To mark the occasion, Good Readers, join us, the TRB staff and writers, on January 10 at Poetry Bar, 224 Augusta Ave., in Toronto’s Kensington Market. Along with an action- and brilliance-packed issue, we’re respectfully aiming to offer you 2012’s...