The Dalhousie Review has been published continuously since 1921, when it was founded by Herbert Stewart, professor of philosophy, to represent the intellectual life of the Maritimes while remaining open to scholarly writers from across Canada and around the world. Its design and direction have evolved over time and under the influence of different editors, and in the 1950s the Review began including the work of fiction writers and poets. The journal is now primarily a publisher of short stories and poetry, alongside creative non-fiction and book reviews. Current issues are available in Dalhousie University Libraries (and other university and public libraries across North America) or by subscription.

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