Brenna Clarke Gray Reviews New Short Story Collections for EVENT 49/1

 •  August 4

Brenna Clarke Gray Reviews: Seyward Goodhand, Even That Wildest Hope, Invisible Publishing, 2019 Nathan Niigan Noodin Adler and...

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From Issue 47/2: “A Grand Epiphany” by stephanie roberts

 •  July 14

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25 Years of Editing Reviews: Tips from EVENT’s Former Reviews Editor, Susan Wasserman

 •  July 7

Susan Wasserman taught English for three decades, including five years at UBC and 27 years at Douglas College. She served as Reviews Editor for...

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From Issue 48/1: “The Way” by Cassidy McFadzean

 •  June 26

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The Power of a Name: Kain Stewart Interviews Kayla Czaga

 •  June 22

KAYLA CZAGA is the author of two collections of poetry—For Your Safety Please Hold On (Nightwood Editions, 2014) and Dunk Tank (House of...

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From Issue 48/3: UTØYA by John Barton

 •  May 28

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To Reach Each Other With Love: Rob Taylor interviews Shazia Hafiz Ramji

 •  May 21

Secret Playground I didn't tell you of the handsthat led the Internet cableinto the sea,that they were brownor that I was thinkingof rows of...

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Hilary Turner Reviews New Novels from Amy Jones and Adam Foulds for EVENT 48/3

 •  April 28

Hilary Turner Reviews: Amy Jones, Every Little Piece of Me, McClelland & Stewart, 2019 Adam Foulds, Dream Sequence, Biblioasis, 2019 At...

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Read At Home Sale: Enjoy 25% Off!

 •  April 21

Embrace the world of literature while you social distance with our Read At Home promotion! Enjoy 25% off any subscription of EVENT--print or...

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The Glass Age of Isolation, Indeed: Hannah Macready Interviews Curtis LeBlanc

 •  April 18

Curtis LeBlanc is a poet and fiction writer residing in Vancouver, BC. He is the author of Little Wild (Nightwood, 2018) and Birding in the Glass...

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