Qwerty 32 Launch + New Design!

Say hello to the new face of Qwerty.

New logo designed by Billy Johnson, Art Editor.

New logo designed by Billy Johnson, Art Editor.

Last Thursday, after two whole months of suspenseful waiting, Qwerty 32 was finally launched at Wilser’s Room, officially unveiling the sexy new cover design, as well as some of the havoc we’ve wreaked upon the interior design (new page numbers! new title fonts! all glory!).

Fiction editor Greg Brown reads a favourite short story from Q32.

Fiction editor Greg Brown reads a favourite short story from Q32.

The launch also featured readings from the new issue by the editors of Qwerty, and the awkwardly punful emceeing talents of Qwerty Reads hosts Alex Carey and Steven Suntres.

For 10$, new issues of Qwerty came bundled with your choice of back issues, and with Pyrrhic, a gorgeous pamphlet produced by Toronto’s Anstruther Press of new poems by former Qwerty editor Richard Kelly Kemick. Copies of Pyrrhic are still available–snag your own copy online from Anstruther, or at the next Qwerty Reads event, coming later this month. Qwerty on!

Best friends.

Best friends.

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