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102.2 Summer 2022 Issue Now Available


The Dalhousie Review announces the release of the Summer 2022 issue, featuring work by Amita Basu, Kunal Basu, Priya Sarukkai Chabria, Sampurna Chattarji, Eugene Datta, Dion D'Souza, Chris Elson, Arun Gaur, Michael Greenstein, Mrinalini Harchandrai, Anjum Hasan, Anjali Joseph, Anu Kumar, Shobhana Kumar, Stephen Low, Zac O'Yeah, Bibhu Padhi, Barbara Colebrook Peace, Manoj Rupda, Brett Alan Sanders, and Carl Watts.

Posted: 2023-02-06

102.1 Spring 2022 Issue Now Available


The Dalhousie Review announces the release of the Spring 2022 issue, featuring work by John Wall Barger, John Barton, Tanya Bellehumeur-Allatt, Marion Starling Boyer, Jason Brown, Wayne Curtis, William Virgil Davis, Chris Elson, Ron Ennis, Stephen Henighan, Sean Howard, Annette Lapointe, Jaclyn Kar Yin McLachlan, Eric Miller, Tara Mills, Gerald Arthur Moore, Thomas R. Moore, J. Alan Nelson, Rebecca Păpucaru, Jay Ritchie, Tom Wayman, Jerry White, David Yerex Williamson, and Erin Wilson.

Posted: 2022-09-09

March 31, 2022: Poetry & Non-Fiction Reading at Halifax Central Library

The Dalhousie Review Reading Series features local authors who have published in TDR. Our next reading, featuring poetry by Cory Lavender and non-fiction by Suzanne Stewart, will take place on Tuesday, March 31 at 7pm at the Halifax Central Library (5440 Spring Garden Road). For more information, please contact  
Posted: 2022-03-17

101.3 Autumn 2021 Issue Now Available


The Dalhousie Review announces the release of the Autumn 2021 issue, featuring work by Catherine Austen, Gary Barwin, Chris Benjamin, Richard Brait, Nancy Branch, Austin Chisholm, Chelsea Coupal, Paul Cresey, Malka Daskal, Lynn Davies, James Deahl, Atma Frans, Patrick Doerksen, Fred Johnston, Clayton Longstaff, Guy Gavriel Kay, Robert Kostuck, Lance Larsen, Stephen Low, Lawrence Millman, Amanda Peters, Anthony Purdy, David Sheskin, John Tustin, Michelle Wamboldt, Jerry White, Howard Wright, and Janet Youngdahl.

Posted: 2022-01-01

101.2 Summer 2021 Issue Now Available

The Dalhousie Review announces the release of the Summer 2021 issue, featuring work by William Bedford, Ian Colford, Holly Day, Jennifer Deleskie, Bill Dodge, Michael Greenstein, Robert Hilles, Daniel Hudon, Marc Jampole, Emily Tristan Jones, Jake Kennedy, Stephen Low, Robin MacKay, Sean McBrien, Erin McGregor, Yvon Mills, Roger Nash, Bibhu Padhi, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Emily Pegg, Kenneth Sherman, Ian C. Smith, Tony Tremblay, J. A. Wainwright, Laura Watson, and Nicola Winstanley.  
Posted: 2021-11-20

101.1 Spring 2021 Issue Now Available


The Dalhousie Review announces the release of the Spring 2021 issue, featuring work by Dermot Bolger, Celia de Freine, Irina Dumitrescu, Chris Elson, Michael Greenstein, Rinny Gremaud, Milos K. Ilic, Ben Keatinge, Jurij Koch, Katie Lawrence, Neva Lukic, Peter Moesko, Antoni Morell, Connor Morris, Joanes Nielsen, Doireann Ni Ghriofa, Maxime Philippe, Judita Salgo, Siegbert Schefke, Alessio Screm, Cerasela Sprincenatu, Shirley Tillotson, Tea Tulic, Malorie Urbanovitch, Jerry White, and Kai Woolner-Pratt.

Posted: 2021-11-20

100.3 Autumn 2020 Issue Now Available

The Dalhousie Review announces the release of the Autumn 2020 issue, featuring work by Jada Ach, Deborah Banks, Brian Bartlett, Gary Barwin, Madeline Bassnett, Catherine Bush, Kate Cayley, Phillip Crymble, Tom Cull, Chris Elson, Sile Englert, Elizabeth Falcon, Lise Gaston, Michael Goodfellow, Laurie D. Graham, Michael Greenstein, Caleb Harrison, Kevin Hayes, Daze Jefferies, John Johnstone, shalan joudry, Cassidy McFadzean, Erica McKeen, Shane Neilson, E. Martin Nolan, Anthony Purdy, Anushka Sen, Kevin Shaw, Thomas Sorensen, Kim TallBear, Blair Trewartha, Margo Wheaton, Jerry White, Elana Wolff, and Catriona Wright.  
Posted: 2020-12-22

Call for Submissions: Special Issue on "Hidden Europe"


The Dalhousie Review is currently soliciting submissions of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction that explore the complexities of historical and contemporary European identities and that present European life in ways that may be unfamiliar to contemporary readers. Submissions are invited from both established and emerging writers, although we are particularly interested in publishing work by emerging writers who have begun to establish themselves in Europe but are not necessarily well-known in Canada. While we welcome submissions from countries in western Europe (France, Germany, Italy, etc.), we are also interested in publishing work from smaller countries in central and eastern Europe (including Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, etc.) as well as work from Europe’s western edge (such as Iceland and the Faroe Islands). Submissions should be sent to guest editor Jerry White (J.White@USask.Ca) by no later than April 1, 2021. For more information, please contact

Posted: 2020-09-18

100.1/2 Spring/Summer 2020 Issue Now Available


The Dalhousie Review is commemorating its one hundredth anniversary with a retrospective double issue, featuring work by Chinua Achebe, Margaret Atwood, Alfred Bailey, Owen Barfield, Lisa Bird-Wilson, Earle Birney, Elizabeth Brewster, Charles T. Bruce, George Eliott Clarke, Fred Cogswell, Anne Compton, Romeo Dallaire, August Derleth, Gilean Douglas, Deborah Eibel, Isobel English, Northrop Frye, Nadine Gordimer, Frederick Philip Grove, Ralph Gustafson, Sylvia Hamilton, Miranda Hill, Ronald Huebert, Harold Innis, Leo Kennedy, Margot Livesey, A. M. Klein, Kenneth Leslie, Malcolm Lowry, Hugh MacLennan, Alistair MacLeod, Stephane Mallarme, Dave Margoshes, Marshal McLuhan, Alden Nowlan, Desmond Pacey, E. J. Pratt, Alex Pugsley, Salvatore Quasimodo, Eliza Ritchie, Charles G. D. Roberts, Thomas Saunders, Mikhail Sholokhov, Duncan Campbell Scott, Joshua McCarter Simpson, Glen Sorestad, Stephan Stephansson, Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Thompson, W. D. Valgardson, Guy Vanderhaeghe, Miriam Waddington, Julia Grace Wales, David Woods, and S. P. Zitner.

Posted: 2020-09-18

Call for Submissions: Special Issue on "Biophilia"


The Dalhousie Review solicits submissions of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction for an upcoming special issue on the theme of “biophilia” or the love of non-human life (i.e. ecosystems, wilderness, environments, etc.). We are particularly looking for submissions that push the boundaries of what love for non-human life can mean in this moment of ecological precarity and threatened plenitude, challenging both the doom-and-gloom discourse of climate crisis and the Romantic tradition of nature praising. Submissons should be sent to guest editor David Huebert ( by no later than July 1, 2020. Decisions will be made by September, with publication to follow in the autumn 2020 issue. For more information, contact

Posted: 2020-04-21
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