More good press for Canadian magazine

Robert Fulford praises Maisonneuve’s “editorial buoyancy”:

Just 18 months and six issues old, Maisonneuve has set itself apart from other new magazines by developing an insouciant tone, a high chutzpah level and a Cause, the restoration of that sweet narcissism and sure-footed elegance that made Montreal the first Canadian city anyone ever called exciting. A journal of literature and various other arts, some of them unclassifiable, Maisonneuve publishes prose, poetry and photography, but its crucial asset is the supremely confident autointoxication that in the best of times breathes life into Montreal.

This settles it, I’m subscribing. (Via Bookninja.)


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