So what is the Hart House Review?

The Hart House Review is a literary and art journal published by the Hart House Literary and Library Committee since 1991 and printed by Coach House Press in Toronto.

The HHR aims to publish new writing and visual art by both emerging and established authors and artists in the form of poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art in all mediums that can translate into print. In the journal, we publish the winners of the annual Hart House Literary Contest.  

Past contributors to the HHR include Reza Baraheni, George Elliot Clarke, Lynn Crosbie, Howard Davies, Camilla Gibb, Nadine Gordimer, Sheila Heti, Jim Johnstone, Daniel MacIvor, Lee Maracle, Andrew McEwan, Rohinton Mistry, Albert F. Moritz, Simon Ortiz, John Reibetanz, Ray Robertson, Colm Tóibín, Priscilla Uppal, Myna Wallin, Kira Wronska Dorward, Carleton Wilson, Jacob Wren, and Rachel Zolf.

On our editorial board we have a diverse mix of undergraduates, graduates, and alumni, who are all volunteers with a particular interest in literature and art.

We recruit new volunteers for our editorial board and we seek new submissions of prose, poetry and art each year. If this is something you would be interested in, follow us here and on our social media!

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