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Capital City Press

Capital City Press is a gathering place, both digitally and physically, for the exchange of ideas and education on the craft of writing. It gives EPL the opportunity to showcase and promote notable work from within our community, while also giving Edmontonians a chance to discover fantastic local writers and discuss their creations. Capital City Press aims to help support and grow writing in the community.

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2020 Featured Writers

Davis G. See

Davis G. See is a gay Edmontonian and graduate of MacEwan University’s Bachelor of Communication Studies program. While a student, he co-founded the Bolo Tie Collective, a creative writing club at MacEwan that continues to publish an annual anthology. His prose has appeared in Vitality Magazine, Crab Fat Magazine, WestWord Magazine, and the Edmonton International Airport’s short story dispenser, while his poetry has found a home in Lovejets: Queer Male Poets on 200 Years of Walt Whitman. He also writes video games and interactive fiction, including for the upcoming puzzle game OtherWordly. His other interactive work can be found at https://davisgsee.itch.io.

Be sure to read Davis' blog called Don't Write Alone and recommended reading Queer Across Age. His latest is a list of Video Games for Book Lovers.


Peter Midgley

Past Featured Writers


Featured writers will host a variety of programs that are free for the community throughout the year. Annual events include the Capital City Press Book Festival and the Young Writers Conference.  

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Orange Shirt Day Virtual Event

Sep 30th | 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Online event
Sept. 30, wear orange and join this live, virtual event produced by Jesse Lipscombe and hosted by Safe and Caring Schools & Communities.

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Edmonton Literary Events

Do you have an upcoming workshop or reading that you would like to promote?

Submissions will be reviewed and added to the Edmonton Literary Events calendar if approved. New postings to the calendar will occur weekly, so please plan to submit far enough in advance of your event.

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EPL also provides access to databases and online libraries that include works by local authors. Check them out here.

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