January 31  • 

50 Years of EVENT Magazine: Collected Notes on Writing

Celebrate with us! 50 Years of EVENT Magazine: Collected Notes on Writing is now available.EVENT celebrates 50 years of publication with a Notes...

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January 31  • 

Welcoming EVENT’s New Managing Editor, Krista Eide

EVENT is proud to welcome Krista Eide as its new Managing Editor. Krista is taking over for Ian Cockfield, who has been a part of EVENT’s...

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January 31  • 

Announcing EVENT’s 2022 Non-Fiction Contest Shortlist

EVENT is proud to announce our 2022 Non-Fiction Contest shortlist, judged by Jenny Heijun Wills. “It’s Funny Because It’s True,”...

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January 12  • 

The Half-Drowned: EJ Kneifel Interviews Trynne Delaney

Trynne Delaney is a writer currently based in Tiohtià:ke (Montréal). They were born on the West Coast and raised on the East Coast. the...

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January 3  • 

So You Want to Write for EVENT? Here’s What Our Editors Are Looking For

Whether you're a new or seasoned writer, finding the right home for your work can be a challenge. There are many great Canadian literary journals to...

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November 28  • 

6 CanLit Gift Ideas For Literary Lovers In Your Life

Finding the perfect gift for the writer in your life can be a challenge. Coffee cups with T.S. Eliot quotes or phrases like, “This is what an...

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November 3  • 

Christina Louise Turner Reviews Non-Fiction for EVENT 51/1

Christina Louise Turner Reviews: Andrew Potter, On Decline, Biblioasis, 2021Helen Humphreys, Field Study: Meditations on a Year at the...

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November 3  • 

Renée Sarojini Saklikar Reviews New Poetry Collections for EVENT 51/1

Renée Sarojini Saklikar Reviews: Matsuki Masutani, I Will Be More Myself in the Next World, Mother Tongue Publishing, 2021Margaret...

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November 3  • 

Marcie McCauley Reviews New Short Story Collections for EVENT 51/1

Marcie McCauley Reviews: David Huebert, Chemical Valley, Biblioasis, 2021Rachel Rose, The Octopus Has Three Hearts, Douglas & McIntyre,...

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November 3  • 

Hollay Ghadery Reviews New Fiction for EVENT 51/1

Hollay Ghadery Reviews: Lucy E.M. Black, Stella’s Carpet, Now or Never Publishing, 2021Yejide Kilanko, A Good Name, Guernica Editions,...

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October 11  • 

The Wild Mandrake: An Interview With Jason Jobin

JASON JOBIN completed an MFA in writing at the University of Victoria. His nonfiction has been longlisted for the CBC Nonfiction Prize, been...

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September 27  • 

Preview EVENT 51/2: “I Love Lucy,” an Essay by Sandy Pool

I Love Lucy I am a reflection of my mother’s secret poetry as well as her hidden angers. —Audre LordeI don’t know how to tell a joke. I...

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August 29  • 

13 Ways of Looking at Climate Change: Runner-Up Story

This summer, EVENT Magazine partnered with the Faculty of Language, Literature, and Performing Arts at Douglas College in 13 Ways of Looking at...

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August 29  • 

13 Ways of Looking at Climate Change: Runner-Up Poem

This summer, EVENT Magazine partnered with the Faculty of Language, Literature, and Performing Arts at Douglas College in 13 Ways of Looking at...

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August 25  • 

13 Ways of Looking at Climate Change: Winning Poem

This summer, EVENT Magazine partnered with the Faculty of Language, Literature, and Performing Arts at Douglas College in 13 Ways of Looking at...

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August 10  • 

Al Rempel Reviews New Poetry for EVENT 50/3

Al Rempel Reviews: Susan McCaslin, Heart Work, Ekstasis Editions, 2020Barbara Nickel, Essential Tremor, Caitlin Press, 2021Louise B. Halfe...

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