Expozine is an annual small press, zine and comics fair in Montreal, Quebec. It is reported to be Canada's largest zine fair and one the largest small press fairs in North America attracting some 270 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors each autumn.
Expozine has showcased work from notable small press writers and publishers such as Invisible Books, Broken Pencil, Maisonneuve, New Escapologist, Kate Beaton, and Drawn and Quarterly. It was co-founded by Billy Mavreas and Louis Rastelli.
Expozine Alternative Press Awards
The Expozine Alternative Press Awards recognize the best of the publications available at a given year's Expozine fair. It awards to publications in the categories of book, zine, and comic, in Canada's two official languages of English and French. The awards are granted at an annual gala separate to the main Expozine event.
- Official Website
- Awards Webpage with archive of winners
- Distroboto Website
- Expozine Photos Photographic coverage of Expozine 2013 at Cult MTL
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