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SCARBOROUGH FAIR is currently hosting a Flash Fiction and Poetry Contest open to all University of Toronto Students. The strongest pieces will be selected by a panel of judges and be published by Scarborough Fair.

The contest deadline is October 31st 2015 at 11:59 PM.     

CLICK HERE for complete submission details.


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Who we are.


Scarborough Fair is the only annual creative anthology for the University of Toronto Scarborough.

In the past, Scarborough Fair has typically divided up different sections for poetry, prose, and visual art. That is all about to change. The Scarborough Fair team is looking to do away with any divisions this year. Instead, our aim is to combine all forms of creative literature—from poetry and prose to personal essays and beyond—with visual art side-by-side in order to really play with aesthetics and the senses of the reader. Another change that we are particularly excited about is the addition of our website; this will allow us to showcase some of our best submissions that we may not have had the room for in our print version. It will also be accessible to a wider breadth of people who are interested in reading the work of our students, and will therefore help to spread the word not only about our publication, but also about the amazing creative talent of our students. Please enjoy, and keep an eye out for our publication, Scarborough Fair.

T H E  2 0 1 5 — 2 0 1 6   T E A M :

                             Editor-in- Chief: John Dias 

                      Faculty Adviser: Andrew Westoll

National bestselling author of The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuary, and Lecturer in  Creative Writing at the University of Toronto Scarborough.


S E N I O R  E D I T O R S :

Joshua P'ng

Natasha Ramoutar

Trevor Cameron

Victoria Loder

 Eilia Yazdanian

                                                                                                                             Past Editors-In-Chief:


                                                                                                                              2014- 2015: Kevin Connery

           Kevin graudated from the University of Toronto in the spring of 2015 and recently began his studies in Columbia University's prestigious MFA program. He won 1st place (Creative writing) in UTSC's annual Creative Writing contest in 2014.


                                                              2013-2014: Victoria Loder   -  2010-2012: Katie Fewster-Yan