Nightmare for Canada’s substantive periodicals extends beyond Elm Street

For the Montreal Gazette, Andrew Cohen considers the demise of Canada’s Elm Street, which he calls “one of the few remaining magazines of quality in Canada.” Cohen bemoans the lack of Canadian periodicals of depth, consistency, and quality, and says the folding of the magazine represents “another blow to an industry struggling to create and sustain general interest magazines in a country of two languages living next to the world’s cultural colossus.” (Via Arts Journal.)


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