Quill and Quire


Mysterious ways

Publishers and booksellers take note: If you’re in the habit of simply tossing magazine inserts – don’t. There’s good reason… Read More »

May they bloom

In the wake of the World Trade Organization’s ruling against Canadian magazines, some might predict a gloomy future for that… Read More »

Angst wins the prize

Imagine approaching a publisher and saying you’d like to do a 240-page black-and-white children’s book based on existential questions. The… Read More »


A writer’s cri de coeurTo the editor:Once again Quill & Quire has managed to depress me. I am an unpublished… Read More »

Hello to arms

I have just completed a year as chair of The Writers’ Union of Canada, a year which – due entirely… Read More »


Welcome, IngramTo the editor:Re: “Ottawa won’t impose copyright solution,” (Aug. 1997):I recently faxed an order to Germany on a Wednesday… Read More »


Initiative should be applaudedTo the editor:I was delighted to see the article in your June issue about the ambitious marketing… Read More »