About carte blanche
carte blanche is just that.
It's where writers can sound off, send up, amuse, follow their muse, versify, sketch, snap, dramatize, think big, get famous, get back at their exes, polish, perish, and above all publish.
carte blanche is published online twice a year.
carte blanche has a new friend! We are happy to announce our new publishing partner, CellStories.net. Get your daily dose of literary awesome on your iPhone, iPad, Droid, Blackberry or any other mobile device. All fiction and nonfiction submissions to carte blanche are eligible to be submitted for consideration to CellStories.
The 3Macs carte blanche Prize is awarded once a year in recognition of an outstanding submission by a Quebec writer. The prize is sponsored by Mark Gallop, of MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier Inc.
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts which last year invested $20.1 million in writing and publishing throughout Canada.
Nous remercions de son soutien le Conseil des Arts du Canada, qui a investi 20,1 millions de dollars l'an dernier dans les lettres et l'édition à travers le Canada.
- Maria Schamis Turner, Editor
- Joni Dufour, fiction
- Patrick McDonagh, poetry
- Maria Schamis Turner, creative nonfiction
- Matthew Forsythe, graphic fiction
- Salgood Sam, graphic fiction guest editor
- Rhonda Mullins, translation
- Rohan Quinby, photography
- Leila Marshy, managing editor
- Leonard Epp, contributing editor
Valuable editorial assistance is also provided by our previous co-managing editor, Erin O'Connell.
Many thanks to Neale McDevitt, for his hard work as fiction editor for previous editions of carte blanche.
Founding members of the site are: Sandy Wolofsky, Jennifer Zakutney, Barbara Rudnicka, Claire Helman, Mary Lynn Deachman, Elise Moser, Rhonda Mullins, and Maria Schamis Turner.
carte blanche is a volunteer, not-for-profit project sponsored by the QWF. Thank you to everyone who volunteers their time and to the QWF board for its support.
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carte blanche is a proud member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses.