By Conan Tobias
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Taddle Creek often is asked to define itself and, just as often, it refuses to do so. But it will say this: every six months, a new issue of Taddle Creek appears on newsstands, in mailboxes, and on computing devices. Each of those issues contains a multitude of things between its snazzily illustrated covers, including, but not limited to, fiction, poetry, comics, art, interviews, and features stories. It’s an odd mix, to be sure, which is why Taddle Creek refers to itself somewhat oddly as a “general-interest literary magazine.”
Taddle Creek was founded in 1997 as a Christmas annual for the good people of Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood and their friends in the surrounding communities. By the end of 2000, an insatiable need for expansion saw Taddle Creek increase its frequency to twice a year and widen its availability to all of Toronto. Today, the magazine also is available on a select number of newsstands in the United States, and can be access worldwide, via the Taddle Creek app. Download it already!
Print subscribers can access issues on the Taddle Creek app for free. Everyone else will have to fork over $5 (Canadian) for a single issue, or $15 (Canadian) for a two-year (four issue) subscription.
Taddle Creek is published twice per year, in June and December.
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