The Malahat Review
Frequency Quarterly
First issue 1967
Country Canada
Based in Victoria, British Columbia
Language English
Website Official Site
The Malahat Review is a Canadian quarterly literary magazine established in 1967. It features contemporary Canadian and international works of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction as well as reviews of recently published Canadian literature. John Barton is the current editor.


The Malahat Review has been nominated for the Western Magazine Award Foundation's Magazine of the Year award eight times, winning it in 1993 [1]. Twenty-two Malahat authors have featured in the National Magazine Awards Foundation’s roster of finalists, taking home three gold and six silver awards. Stories by Malahat writers have won the M&S Journey Prize six times, and in 2000 the Malahat Review Novella Prize winner “The Deep”, by Mary Swan, was awarded an O. Henry Award.

Notable AuthorsEdit

Malahat published Yann Martel's first short story in 1988[2]. Other issues have featured works by Michael Ondaatje, Margaret Atwood, Susan Musgrave, Robert Bringhurst, Roo Borson, Mary Swan, Patricia Young, and Barry Dempster[3].

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