Feathertale 13—the latest issue of Canada’s most decorated small illustrated literary humour magazine—is now available in bookstores across North America

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From the creators of the marshmallow comes our wordiest issue yet. Filled with poetry, comics and original fiction, The Feathertale Review #13 continues in the National Magazine Award-winning tradition of its predecessors.

Highlights include:

– 38,234 words written in English
– An Egregious Interview with Douglas Coupland
– A long-lost Sherlock Holmes mystery
– Fairy-tale titles that don’t need a play on words to be the title of a porno
– A 64 page flip comic
– Poetry inspired by maritime alcoholism
– One writer’s quest to fondle the creative genius of a Renaissance man
– A disquieting story about sex between a hippopotamus and a fish

Plus words and art by 38 writers, poets and artists, many of whose work is more commonly found in the pages of magazines and newspapers like theGlobe and MailThe Walrus and the New York Times Magazine.

Get your copy now at any of these retailers or via our secure online store.

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