Mississauga Youth Anthology

Over the years, we’ve published multiple anthologies, each with the same goal—to give young artists the opportunity to share their art on a larger platform. From poetry to photography to prose, each anthology features various artistic media from youth across the GTA.


Mississauga Youth Anthology, Vol. 1

The Mississauga Youth Anthology (Vol. 1) showcases the poetry, short stories, visual art, and photography of 30 young artists between the ages of 12 and 24. The book was published by Coach House Books in May 2013, with the book launch held at the Art Gallery of Mississauga as part of National Youth Arts Week.

Funded and supported by City of Mississauga Culture Division

ISBN 978-0-9732161-2-7
68 pages, black and white with colour covers
Cover design: Zara Yow
Foreword: Maxwell Tran


Mississauga Youth AnthologY, VOL. 2

The Mississauga Youth Anthology (Vol. 2) showcases the poetry, short stories, visual art, and photography of over 50 young artists between the ages of 12 and 24. The book was published by In Our Words, Inc. in June 2014, with the book launch held at City Hall.

Supporters and collaborators included City of Mississauga Culture Division, Art Gallery of Mississauga, and Mississauga Arts Council.

ISBN 978-1-926926-40-7
104 pages, black and white with colour covers
Cover design: Zara Yow
Foreword: Anna Chen, Maxwell Tran


MISSISSAUGA YOUTH ANTHOLOGY, VOL. 3

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The Mississauga Youth Anthology (Vol. 3) showcases the poetry, short stories, visual art, and photography of over 50 young artists between the ages of 12 and 24. The book was published by In Our Words, Inc. in June 2015, with the book launch held in the Glass Pavilion at Central Library Mississauga.

Supporters and collaborators included City of Mississauga Culture Division, Art Gallery of Mississauga, and Mississauga Arts Council.

ISBN 978-1-926926-51-3

110 pages, black and white with colour covers 

Cover design: Jessica Fung and Tahreem Alvi 

Foreword: Cynthia Feng, Maxwell Tran