Ginny Ratsoy Reviews New Novels by Maureen Medved and Randy Boyagoda for EVENT 48/1

 •  July 16

  Ginny Ratsoy Reviews: Maureen Medved, Black Star, Anvil Press, 2018 Randy Boyagoda, Original Prin, Biblioasis, 2018 Although American...

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Marisa Grizenko Reviews New Novels from Larissa Lai and Thea Lim for EVENT 48/1

 •  July 11

  Marisa Grizenko Reviews: Larissa Lai, The Tiger Flu, Arsenal Pulp Press, 2018 Thea Lim, An Ocean of Minutes, Viking Canada, 2018 The...

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Preview the 2018 Non-Fiction Contest Winner: ‘Where Things Rise, Unannounced’ by Erin MacNair

 •  July 3

-- Erin MacNair is a writer and metalsmith residing in North Vancouver, BC. Her work can be found in The Walrus, Room, Feathertale Review, and...

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2018 Speculative Writing Contest Winners

 •  June 27

And the winners are… Grand Prize ($1,000): 'Out of Focus' by Joe Bongiorno, Montreal, QC Runner-Up ($150): 'The Chemistry of...

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EVENT Issue 48/1 Contributor Spotlight: Hannah Macready Interviews Cassidy McFadzean

 •  June 24

Cassidy McFadzean was born in Regina, graduated from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and currently lives in Toronto. She is the author of Hacker...

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2019 Speculative Writing Contest Shortlist

 •  June 20

Here it is, the 2019 Speculative Writing Contest shortlist! Congratulations to all the short-listed entrants: 'Out of Focus' by Joe...

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Congratulations to Griffin Poetry Prize Winner, Eve Joseph

 •  June 17

A heartfelt congratulations to Eve Joseph, who recently won the $65,000 Griffin Poetry Prize for her book, Quarrels. Check out Miranda Pearson's...

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From Issue 47/3: Hands Held at Varying Angles, a Poem by Kevin Spenst

 •  May 24

  -- Kevin Spenst is the author of Ignite (Anvil Press, 2016) and Jabbering with Bing Bong (Anvil Press, 2015) and over a dozen chapbooks,...

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Spoken Word and Working Artists: Hannah Macready Interviews Johnny MacRae

 •  April 25

Photo by: Derek Ford Johnny MacRae is a Vancouver-based spoken word artist, educator and community organizer. He was named Victoria Spoken Word...

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From Issue 47/3: An Excerpt from Mona’a Malik’s short story, “Parc Ex”

 •  April 12

Read the rest of this story in EVENT Issue 47/3, available here.

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