2016 Non-Fiction Contest Winners: An Interview with Hilary Dean

 •  December 6

"On Watch," Hilary Dean's winning piece, is part of a project exploring issues of identity and belonging within the larger framework of mental...

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2016 EVENT Non-Fiction Contest Winners

 •  November 1

  Keep your eye out for interviews with our winners in the coming weeks. To tide you over, here's a little bit about each of our talented...

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Aboriginal Voices: Meet the Writers

 •  October 18

EVENT Magazine is thrilled to host the following four unique and talented indigenous writers. Join us on Thursday October 27, 2016 from 7-9pm at...

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Aboriginal Voices: An Evening of Poetry & Prose

 •  October 17

On Thursday, October 27, join us for an evening of poetry and prose, featuring notable writers Joanne Arnott, Carleigh Baker, Jónína Kirton,...

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J.R. McConvey Named as a Journey Prize Finalist

 •  September 15

J.R. McConvey's "How the Grizzly Came to Hang at the Royal Oak Hotel” (EVENT 44/1) has just been announced as one of three finalists for $10,000...

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Internship Opportunity with EVENT and Room

 •  September 13

EVENT and Room magazines are offering a paid part-time internship opportunity, starting this fall. The deadline is coming up fast on September...

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J.R. McConvey Longlisted for the Journey Prize

 •  September 2

We're thrilled for J.R. McConvey, who has not one, but two stories longlisted for the 2016 Journey Prize. One of these stories is "How the Grizzly...

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Review: Books by R.M. Vaughan & Michael V. Smith

 •  August 22

This non-fiction review first appeared in EVENT 44/2. R.M. Vaughan, Bright Eyed: Insomnia and Its Cultures, Coach House, 2015 Michael V. Smith,...

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Rivers are Creatures, Too: An Interview with Randy Lundy

 •  June 2

Randy Lundy is a member of the Barren Lands (Cree) First Nation. Born in northern Manitoba, he has lived most of his life in Saskatchewan. He has...

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Review: Fiction by Craig Davidson and Michael Winter

 •  November 13

This fiction review first appeared in EVENT 43/1. Craig Davidson, Cataract City, Doubleday, 2013 Michael Winter, Minister Without Portfolio,...

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