Forget Magazine

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Forget Magazine is an online Canadian literary magazine[1] founded on Valentines Day, 2001, first based in Charlottetown, now based in Vancouver. It has featured original works of poetry, fiction and journalism by first-time authors and well-known Canadian writers.

In an April 2002 on Forget Magazine, Quill & Quire described editor and founder Kent Bruyneel as "a Jack McClelland in the making."[2]

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  1. ^ "Canadian Literary Journals, Zines, and Periodicals". Canadian Literature Center. Retrieved 31 October 2015. 
  2. ^ story Forget magazine

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