Meet Brandon Teigland, filling Station's incoming Art Editor!

6 months, 4 weeks

filling Station is pleased to welcome Brandon Teigland to our ragtag posse of editors. Brandon has made himself invaluable as a member of our volunteer collective over the last few months, reviewing submissions and staffing the filling Station table at Canzine, and we know he'll beautify our pages with aplomb as the new Art Editor.

Brandon is an emerging Canadian writer. He studied Neuroscience, Contemporary Studies in Philosophy and Media Arts at Dalhousie University, King’s College and NSCAD in Halifax, NS. His most recent fiction chapbook is scheduled to be published by The Blasted Tree in early 2019.

We would also like to thank our outgoing Art Editor, Victoria Braun, for her service to the magazine. Over the last couple of years, Victoria secured phenomenal experimental work from a diverse group of visual artists, saw us through a total redesign, and thoughtfully influenced the look and feel of our present incarnations (particularly our gorgeous, art-focused covers as of late). filling Station wishes Victoria all the best in her future endeavors!

fS welcomes Poetry Editor Weyman Chan

3 years, 1 month

    Poet & lab technician Weyman Chan is no stranger to filling Station. He has been working alongside his Co-Editorial partner, Karin Moen, since last year. But now he bids farewell to Karin to fly solo with the poetry portfolio. This past spring, Weyman launched his fifth poetry collection, Human Tissue (Talonbooks ... Read More

fS helps kick off the Spring Runoff for Calgary's M:ST Performative Art Festival

3 years, 4 months

Jill Hartman, Jani Krulc, and Angela Waldie readiing at Loft 112 on April 23

  Please join filling Station in supporting the kickoff party for M:ST's Spring Runoff fundraiser from 8pm-midnight, Saturday, April 23, 2016, at Loft 112! M:ST presents a biennial performative art festival in Calgary, which is coming up this October.  Our reading begins at 8:30 pm. Readers include ... Read More

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