pulp MAG acknowledges our work is conducted on unceded ancestral lands of the Kwantlen, Musqueam, Katzie, Semiahmoo, Tsawwassen, Qayqayt and Kwikwetlem peoples. Unceded means this land was never relinquished for use by its peoples; peoples who have yet to receive justice or reparation for their loss of land rights, fishing rights, and homelands.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) takes its name from the Kwantlen First Nation. We at pulp MAG support the efforts of Indigenous voices and encourage our readers and community to explore all the ways to further support decolonization.
pulp MAG is Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s literature and visual arts magazine. Made by students, the magazine acts as a touchstone for emerging writers and artists from Kwantlen and the surrounding area.
pulp MAG aims to be a safe, inclusive space for emerging KPU artists of all types. We want to give a platform to unique voices with important stories to tell, no matter the medium. We believe in the importance of artist recognition, exposure, paying our creative talent, and in building a strong community to hold the work. We promise to treat your work gently.
At pulp MAG, we especially appreciate the avant-garde; we are ready to push the boundaries of art with you.
Started in the spring of 2011, pulp MAG is owned and operated by Kwantlen Polytechnic University students, published under the Polytechnic Publishing Society, and has been made possible through funding from the Kwantlen Student Association (KSA).
pulp MAG is proud to be a diverse and inclusive magazine for emerging writers and artists at KPU. We support and encourage people of every nationality, religion, colour, gender identity, ability, sexual orientation, and all overlapping identities to engage with our community and submit to pulp MAG.