Expozine

Expozine 2021

Expozine 2021 will take place on November 20 and 21, 2021, details and information about exhibitor registration will be available here soon!! Check out our reading Dernier Tour de Vis held on October 12 in Montreal on our Youtube playlist for Expozine 2021 here.

VOLUME 4 MTL

Volume 4 MTL detailed programming is available here! Logo by Chaity I. Expozine Extra took place on September 11 and 12 -- see photos of the event here! It was combined with the Grande Printed Art Fair - don't forget to see the Grande storefront exhibit of art prints along this route. Allo-Poèmes – Dial a Poem MTL : 514-558-8649!
POP Reads 2021

Art POP, POP Symposium and EXPOZINE present the 4th edition of POP Reads, an evening of readings presenting the work of French and English Montreal publishers, as part of POP Montreal 2021, on Saturday, September 25 at the Rialto theatre, as well as live via webstream here at 6 p.m. Montreal has the privilege of…
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Being Together reading

We haven’t seen each other in ages. Summer was shining – the restrictions are gradually being lifted. We began to gather in groups again, interacting with each other… slowly but surely! It was my pleasure to organize EXPOZINE’s first real-life event after all this. We brought poets together in person to read live from the…
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Position available for Expozine 2021

Join the Expozine team! Expozine is Montreal’s popular annual small press fair, held each year in November along with various Expozine events and programming the rest of the year. Expozine is looking for a programming coordinator for 2021. It is a part-time, contractual position that goes from April to December, 2021. The candidate should be…
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Expozine 2013! , 5035 Saint-Dominique, Montréal, Québec, free admission!

 

EXPOZINE, Montreal’s small press, comic and zine fair, is also Canada’s largest zine fair and one of North America’s largest small press fairs! Over the course of one weekend each fall, some 270+ different vendors and creators of all kinds of printed matter (in both English and French) present and sell their works to nearly 15 000 visitors.