What is The Capilano Review?
For over forty years, The Capilano Review has supported innovative writing and art. Its editors have provoked and sustained imagination and possibility for a wide range of writers and artists.
TCR was founded in 1972 by Pierre Coupey at Capilano College in North Vancouver. Since then, its editors have included Bill Schermbrucker (1976-1982,) Ann Rosenberg (1986,) Dorothy Jantzen (1985–1988,) Bob Sherrin (2002,) Ryan Knighton (2001,) Sharon Thesen (2001-2005,) Jenny Penberthy (2005-2014,) Brook Houglum (2010-2015,) Andrea Actis (2015-2018,) and Catriona Strang (2017.)
In 2015, the magazine parted from Capilano University. Now an independent publication, TCR is located in The Arts Factory, Vancouver.
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Matea Kulić (on leave)
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Juliane Okot Bitek
In 100 Days (University of Alberta Press, 2016), Juliane Okot Bitek writes a poem a day for one hundred days in the summer of 2014 on the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. 100 Days won the 2017 Glenna Luschei Prize for African Poetry, the 2016 Foreword INDIES Poetry Book of the Year Award and was shortlisted for both the 2017 Pat Lowther Award and the 2017 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. Juliane’s latest chapbook, Sublime: Lost Words is available online from The Elephants. Aside from poetry, Juliane also writes creative non-fiction, fiction and essays. She is currently wrestling a beast of a dissertation (on the lost memory of the 1979 sinking of a ship on Lake Victoria) at UBC’s Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program, where she is completing her doctorate.
Friends of TCR
The Capilano Review is made possible in large part thanks to donations from our Friends of TCR. We are sustained by this support—thank you.