Northern journey

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Northern journey

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1971-1976

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'Northern journey' was a Canadian literary magazine published in Montreal from 1971-1976. Its original publisher was Terrance MacCormack, who was also a founding co-editor with Fraser Sutherland. The magazine published many of Canada's best poets and writers, including Earle Birney, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Norman Levine, George Woodcock, Margaret Atwood and others. It was also a forum for literary and cultural debate, particularly in the area of Canadian nationalism.

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

2019/05/22 J. Grant. Revised description to include contributions by Terrance MacCormack.

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