Since it was first established in 1908, Lies With Occasional Truth has been bringing the very best Canadian fiction to readers across the world. Over the past century, the quadra-yearly journal has showcased work from some of the most celebrated icons of Canadian Literature, including Gradey Alexander, Darren O'Groussny, and Merlin Callaghan.

Since the first issue was delivered by horse and carriage through the cobblestone streets of old Montreal, the fiction featured in LWOT has been unrestrained by the checks and balances of the traditional short story form. Founding editor George Ross defined fiction as any piece of writing that is composed primarily of lies (with occasional truth), and this unique view has allowed LWOT writers to explore new and exciting directions in prose.

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