Prologue is a Canadian literary magazine that was first published in 1975. The magazine focuses on publishing and promoting Canadian literature and has featured some of the country's best-known writers and poets.Image:prologue-sample-cover

Prologue publishes poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction, and is known for its commitment to publishing both established and emerging Canadian writers. The magazine also includes interviews with writers, essays on literary topics, and reviews of new books.

Prologue is published three times a year and is distributed across Canada. The magazine is considered an important contributor to the Canadian literary scene and has won numerous awards and accolades over the years.

In addition to its print publication, Prologue also hosts events and workshops aimed at promoting Canadian literature and supporting emerging writers. The magazine's annual "First Page" contest gives writers the opportunity to have their work considered for publication in the magazine.

Prologue is a nonprofit organization, and relies on funding from a variety of sources, including government grants, donations, and subscriptions. The magazine is committed to making Canadian literature accessible to all, and its website includes free resources and information on Canadian books and authors.{{Categories}}

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