EVENT 42/3 (Current Issue)
EVENT 42/3 features the three winning entries from our 2013 Non-Fiction Contest picked by Russell Wangersky: Jennifer Morgan’s “Inshallah,” Benjamin Willems’s “I dream of my standalone Quiznos” and Susan Buis’s “CARE.” There’s also poetry by Lisa Robertson, Hoa Nguyen, Helen Guri, Paul Dutton and Michael Kenyon; fiction by Bill Gaston and Zoey Leigh Peterson; reviews by Kevin McNeilly, Andrew MacDonald and Elizabeth McCausland; and a whole lot more. Get your copy today!
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|Russel Wangersky||2013 Non-Fiction Contest|
|Benjamin Willems||I dream of my standalone Quiznos|
|Lisa Robertson||From ‘On Physical Real Beginning and What Happens Next’|
|Russell Thornton||THREE POEMS|
|Alice Burdick||Distraction Poem|
|Hoa Nguyen||EIGHT POEMS|
|Joanne Arnott||TWO POEMS|
|Paul Dutton||FOUR POEMS|
|Michael Kenyon||TWO POEMS|
|Mark Truscott||From ‘Branches’|
|Matt Rader||From Dante’s Inferno, Canto I, II. 1–18|
|Dorothy Field||Dreaming the Dodgers|
|Bill Gaston||Any Forest Seen from Orbit|
|Kevin Hardcastle||Old Man Marchuk|
|Zoey Leigh Peterson||Our Language|
|On Poetry||Michael Crummey, Under the Keel: Poems (Anansi, 2013)
Michael Mirolla, The House on 14th Avenue (Signature Editions, 2013)
Stephanie McKenzie, Saviours in this Little Space for Now (Salmonpoetry, 2013)
Reviewed by Crystal Hurdle.
|Russell Thornton, Birds, Metals, Stones & Rain (Harbour Publishing, 2013)
Anne Compton, Alongside (Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2013)
John Reibetanz, Afloat (Brick Books, 2013)
Reviewed by Kevin McNeilly.
|On Non-Fiction||Carol Shaben, Into the Abyss: How a Deadly Plane Crash Changed the Lives of a Pilot, a Politician, a Criminal and a Cop (Random House Canada, 2012)
Jay Ruzesky, In Antarctica: An Amundsen Pilgrimage (Nightwood Editions, 2013)
Reviewed by Andrew MacDonald.
|On Fiction||Corinna Chong, Belinda’s Rings (NeWest, 2013)
Claire Wilkshire Maxine (Breakwater Books, 2013)
Reviewed by Elizabeth McCausland.
|Ayelet Tsabari, The Best Place on Earth (HarperCollins, 2013)
Théodora Armstrong Clear Skies, No Wind, 100% Visibility (Astoria, 2013)
Reviewed by Liza Potvin.*
On the cover: ‘Untitled’ by David Zilber, 2013.