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KICKING ASS & PRINTING BOOKS

Annie Koyama shares some thoughts on small presses and her come up.

WORDPLAY

The beautiful and terrifying world of self-publishing.

THE NEW “PRESS”

The term has evolved. We explore how with presses NO FUN PRESS and YO SICK ZINE.

READING IN THE FUTURE

Beyond the page; beyond the screen.

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Archenemy is a Toronto-centric quarterly magazine profiling local
and independent Creatives, projects and culture in Toronto.

 

“Beyond the imagery of villains and masterworks, Archenemy is an effort by those whose passion it is to collect, explore, contribute and share creative works from our city of Toronto, the GTA and Canada. We want to encourage thinking, investigate work, discuss our creative lives and share our experiences of the City. Archenemy is not only a tool to help us do this, but a facet of Toronto’s creative personality itself.”

 

J. DUCHESNE

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EinC + Creative Director

joshua [at] archemag.com

K. YANTZI

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Community Editor + Sales + Distribution

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H. PIERCE

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Copy Editor

heather [at] archemag.com

WRITERS + CONTRIBUTORS
Robert Iveniuk, Annie Koyama, NO FUN PRESS, YO SICK ZINE, Ramona Pringle, Tamara Levitt, Chris Eng, Alexandra Duncan, Julian Frid, José Gonzalez, Jason Loo, Aaron Leighton, Steve Wilson, Clayton Hanmer, Jason Btokin, Paul Gardner, Hope Nicholson, Andrew J. Simpson, Peter O’Neil, Jodi Sandler, Ricky Lima, Shane Heron, Nathaniel G. Moore

 

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ISSUE THREE
OUT NOV. 1

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KICKING ASS & PRINTING BOOKS

Annie Koyama shares some thoughts on small presses and her come up.

WORDPLAY

The beautiful and terrifying world of self-publishing.

THE NEW “PRESS”

The term has evolved. We explore how with presses NO FUN PRESS and YO SICK ZINE.

READING IN THE FUTURE

Beyond the page; beyond the screen.

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ISSUE TWO

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BACK ALLEY KINGDOMS

Toronto writing royalty SKAM gets real about graffiti culture

THE CITY IS OUR CANVAS

Street art & graffiti as tools for community improvement.

THOUGHTS ABOUT GRAFFITI TODAY

Academia explains the street.

SIGNATURE TORONTO WALLS

GRAFFITI VERNACULAR

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ISSUE ONE

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CHAOS & PLAYFULNESS

The importance of collaboration in artistic communities.

SORRY SUPER, SORRY CITY?

Jason Loo gives Toronto a new hero: The Pitiful Human Lizard.

TRUE NORTH STRONG AND FREE

What the return of classic Canadian heroes means for us.

SHORT FICTION

“The Same Don River”

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PREVIEW ISSUE / ISSUE ZERO

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LITTLE BOXES

LGBTQ relationships for kids.

BLACK HOLE HUNTER’S CLUB

‘Sci-fi noir western’

SAVAGE

Toronto author compares family to wrestling hero Randy Savage.

STRUGGLING ARTIST STIGMA

Debunking the stereotype.