Canadian Magazine Industry News
7 January 2009,     EDMONTON
Locus Suspectus suspends publishing

Locus Suspectus was published three times a year.
Locus Suspectus, a small contemporary arts magazine founded in Montreal in 2005 and more recently based in Edmonton, will not be published in 2009.

“I am hoping we will be able to resume publishing on more solid ground in 2010,” co-founder Jolene Pozniak told us. “The magazine's growth has become difficult to sustain and the grants we received helped only marginally. I think 2009 will be a year of sorting out our accounts and developing sound fundraising strategies.”

Locus Suspectus
explored “up-and-coming artistic talents within the context of established artistic accomplishments and scholarship” and was published three times a year, with a print-run of 1,000 copies per issue.

— M.U.
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