The Automated Poetry Project

 •  September 21

Remember gumball machines? Of course you do. For me, their draw was never really about the gumball. It was the process. It was putting the coin into...

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Pretending I Don’t Write At All: EVENT Interviews Souvankham Thammavongsa

 •  May 6

Souvankham Thammavongsa was born in Nong Khai, Thailand in 1978. She is the author of two poetry books, one of which, Small Arguments, won a...

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Punk’s not dead(lines)

 •  April 9

Libby Zeleke’s non-fiction story, “We Were Punk Rockers” (writing as Livvy Black), was one of the two winning entries in our 2012 Creative...

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Here comes the judge…an interview with Russell Wangersky

 •  March 14

EVENT's creative non-fiction contest deadline is only a month and a day away! To help you with that last push to the finish line, we called upon our...

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We ♥ Our Interns: Carleigh Baker

 •  February 4

Imagine our delight when we heard that Carleigh Baker, one of our very own EVENT interns, had won the subTerrain magazine 2012 Lush Triumphant...

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Hurry! (Writing contests for procrastinators)

 •  January 28

Is there anything a writer likes hearing more than “the deadline’s been extended”? There are a couple of terrific writing contests on right...

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CWILA announces inaugural resident critic

 •  December 19

Montreal poet Sue Sinclair, whose poem "The Dead"  appears in EVENT issue 41/2, has been named the Canadian Women in the Literary Arts’ first...

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Marcello Di Cintio reads in Vancouver

 •  November 23

Former EVENT contributor Marcello Di Cintio will be at the Roundhouse Community Centre in Vancouver on November 27th (along with Carol Shaben),...

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PRISM IS A DEAD EVENT

 •  January 19

Come help us celebrate! EVENT, Poetry is Dead, and PRISM cordially invite you to a cake-eating, toe-tapping, poetry-reading,...

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On The Tip of The Tongue Like Good Morning: an Interview with Poet Nick Thran

 •  November 21

Nick Thran is the author of two collections of poetry Every Inadequate Name (Insomniac Press, 2006) and, most recently, Earworm (Nightwood Editions,...

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