[spaces] is TWU's student-run, peer-reviewed literary journal. It first began in 2006, spear-headed by a few determined students who aspired to create space for dialogue: a space "where we might address and reflect on the spaces in which we find ourselves, whether those spaces remove us from the known, return us to the oft-visited, or take us somewhere in-between." The inaugural issue hit shelves in 2007 and was well-received by the communities at TWU and beyond.
The journal is supervised by TWU English faculty and professional writers. [spaces] produces one print journal annually, and publishes poetry, prose, and visual artwork. In February/March, [spaces] hosts a launch party to mark the release of the journal, inviting the TWU and outer community to celebrate with us.