Kendra Place, Managing Editor:

Twitter: @inter_copy


Art + Wonder is a publishing platform and print magazine of art, artist editions, writing, and aesthetics in any medium.

The English-language, ~40-page, open edition magazine is volunteer- and artist-run, not for profit, and published occasionally by Intercopy (Kendra Place and Cam Scott).

The editorial direction is shaped by an editor or group of editors specific to each issue.

Current editorial advisory: Jane Harms, Kendra Place, Cam Scott

If you are interested in contributing art, writing, editorial, or design work, send an excerpt, abstract, summary, short manuscript, or proposal along with a description of how the project relates to your practice and a short bio.

Art + Wonder pays contributor fees of $75 - $150 per project.

All content copyright the contributor.

The publication is printed in Tio’tia:ke/Mooniyaang — unceded Haudenosaunee and Anishinabe territories (Montreal, QC).*

* This land acknowledgment is formulated by arts editor and historian Lindsay Nixon (@notvanishing, ). We acknowledge the land here as a gesture of accountability to complex processes of decolonization and to the Indigenous nations and people of this land. As a settler-led publication and micropress, Art + Wonder and Intercopy are influenced by Nixon's ongoing intellectual, art, and community labour and knowledge, as well as the work of Indigenous writers, artists, curators, and thinkers throughout the land now called Canada. We were previously acknowledging the land in this way without citing Nixon, which was a failure to acknowledge either Nixon, who worked to bring this to our attention, or the land. We are grateful for this work and dialogue and we are continuously trying to inform ourselves of the land's politics and histories as well as our settler and, in some regions, Treaty responsibilities.


For current or past copies, email (PWYC, suggested $7 - $20)


Art + Wonder is available at the following locations (cover price $12):


Drawn & Quarterly

L'Euguélionne, feminist bookstore


McNally Robinson

Plug In ICA



New York

McNally Jackson

Printed Matter (select issues)

Art & Wonder is available at the following library/archive/distro: