Peripheral Review is an online and print platform for documenting and expanding the emerging and under-represented Canadian art scene, as well as enabling access for emerging writers by encouraging expanded and accessible critical dialogue. We prioritize content by writers and about artists who are considered emerging, Indigenous, LGBTQ2+, from diverse cultural backgrounds or working in peripheral or alternative practices and abilities. Peripheral Review is an alternative, independent platform created to host both new and established writers in providing an expanded level of critical dialogue in the arts.
The 2018 print edition of Peripheral Review includes writing by John Nyman, Christine Du Vuono, Shauna Jean Doherty, Lauren Lavery, Jenine Marsh, Gillian Haigh, Karina Iskandarsjah, Ella Adkins, and Chris Andrews. With a print-only interview between Lauren Lavery and Luther Konadu, and artist features by Julian Hou, Gabrielle L'Hirondelle Hill and Shellie Zhang.
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