A beautifully designed, twice-yearly magazine of long form essays, fiction, and photography, with each issue based on a theme: pop, jokes, holiday, meta, snacks. Winner of a Gold National Magazine Award for Fiction, and Official Selection of the Coupe Annual Image + Design Awards. Based in Toronto. ("Proves good things come in smaller packages."- Monocle)
The National Magazine Award-winning third issue of Little Brother. Featuring: Getting Over—an essay on professional wrestling, literature, and authenticity by Spencer Gordon. Effervesco—a photo essay by Christine Kwan with captions by Nyla Matuk. Always Open—photographs by Elissa Pearl Matthews. Hard to Explain—an essay by Sara Black McCulloch. Feel-Good Futurisms—horoscopes by Rea McNamara with illustrations by Jenn Kitagawa. Curtained Eclipse—an art portfolio by Alicia Nauta. Paul—a story by Jess Taylor. “Brownstone,” by Renata Adler, 1973 (Winner of the 1974 O. Henry Award)—a story by Stephen Thomas.