Little Brother Magazine is a biannual collection of stories, essays, photography, et cetera. We put small things next to big things, and celebrate them both. The Globe and Mail called us “several kinds of new,” Monocle said we prove that “good things come in smaller packages,” and Broken Pencil said we’re “a spirited step toward smart literary writing with an open-door policy.” We like to say we’re all of those things, and a little more too.
We’re committed to publishing deeply considered essays and toothsome stories, plus fine photography. Little Brother exhorts you to be ever vigilant in finding some fun new way to look at the world, all (perfect) bound up in the small space between its covers.
Founded by Emily M. Keeler in Toronto, in the year 2012.