The Hamilton Spectator

Read Graham Rockingham's article here about Hamilton's newest literary online journal.

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Art Waves

Tune in here to hear Dana Hansen's discussion with Bernadette Rule about the HRB and the practice of reviewing books.

 
 
 


Quill & Quire

A new literary journal is being launched this fall, founded by a group of Hamilton-area writers advocating for more coverage of the arts in their city.

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Open Book Toronto

Naben Ruthnum:
You're blending the very local, in terms of content and the magazine's masthead and many of the writers, with the widest possible reaching media: HRB is a web-based magazine. Are you considering an audience outside of Ontario, outside of Canada in your editorial mandate, or will you be concentrating on a tighter readership?

Dana Hansen:
Our hope for the Hamilton Review of Books is that it will find a strong readership among Hamiltonians who have been wanting more coverage of the literary arts in our city, but also access and appeal to a wider audience across and, sure, even outside of Canada. That’s the beauty of the web – being able to reach readers we can’t even imagine yet – but it’s also a challenge to us to always be thinking of ways to diversify our content and keep it fresh and relevant.

Read more here.


 

Hamilton Arts Council LivingArts

"I’m hoping to see the HRB become a fixture in CanLit, strongly focused on representing Hamilton’s unique literary scene," says Hansen, looking toward a brighter future of arts coverage in this city.

Read more here.