Upcoming Event: Aboriginal Voices, an Evening of Poetry & Prose

 •  November 9

On Thursday, November 16, EVENT Magazine and Douglas College's Aboriginal Student Services office will host five notable local Indigenous writers, in...

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Why You Should Enter EVENT’s LET DOWN YOUR HAIR Contest

 •  October 31

It's a chance to experiment. Write a poem about a refrigerator that's a portal to another dimension, a story about US politics being a figment of a...

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Carleigh Baker Receives Vancouver Book Award

 •  October 18

Carleigh Baker has won the 2017 City of Vancouver Book Award for her collection, Bad Endings (Anvil Press). Carleigh is a book reviewer for EVENT,...

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Joanne Arnott Wins City of Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award

 •  October 15

We wish our warmest congratulations to EVENT poetry editor Joanne Arnott, winner of a 2017 City of Vancouver Mayor's Arts Award for Literary...

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Cops in Matching Pajamas: Nathaniel G. Moore in Conversation with Sam Shelstad

 •  September 22

Sam Shelstad’s Cop House drops into the world this fall from Nightwood Editions, and in this exclusive interview, we get some behind-the-scenes...

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Students Respond: Poems by Janette Fecteau

 •  August 23

Poetry students at Douglas College were asked to respond to poems in EVENT, discussing observations on technique as well as what they learned as...

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Call for Illustrators

 •  August 11

EVENT Magazine seeks talented emerging illustrators to produce work in response to the poetry and prose we publish. We’re looking for clean,...

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Nathaniel G. Moore Interviews Jennifer Zilm

 •  August 9

Vancouver-based Jennifer Zilm received a B.A. and an M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of British Columbia and was a doctoral fellow at...

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Lonesome Highway: An Interview with Lily Gontard and photographer Mark Kelly, authors of BEYOND MILE ZERO: THE VANISHING ALASKA HIGHWAY LODGE COMMUNITY

 •  June 9

The Alaska Highway was constructed from Dawson Creek, BC, to Delta Junction, AK, in 1942 as part of the allied war effort against a threat from...

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Students Respond: Imagery and Music in Nolan Natasha Pike’s “Sailor”

 •  May 18

Poetry students at Douglas College were asked to respond to poems in EVENT, discussing observations on technique as well as what they learned as...

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