Review: Rachel Wyatt’s Suspicion and Anthony Bidulka’s Stain of the Berry

 •  February 27

This review first appeared in EVENT 42/2 Rachel Wyatt, Suspicion, Coteau Books, 2012 Anthony Bidulka, Stain of the Berry, Insomniac Press,...

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Notice of Retraction

 •  February 26

EVENT magazine retracts the following book review, published in the 42/3 Winter 2013/2014 edition of EVENT magazine: Ayelet Tsabari, The Best...

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EVENT 42/3 is here!

 •  February 4

Our latest Contest issue, EVENT 42/3, is now available at newsstands and in our new online store. 42/3 features the three winning entries from our...

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Review: Bradley Somer’s Imperfections & C. P. Boyko’s Psychology and Other Stories

 •  February 4

This review first appeared in EVENT 42/2. Bradley Somer, Imperfections, Nightwood Editions, 2012 C.P. Boyko, Psychology and Other Stories,...

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Cities, Airports, Houses, Histories: EVENT interviews Sachiko Murakami

 •  December 23

Sachiko Murakami is the poet responsible for The Invisibility Exhibit (Talonbooks, 2008) and Rebuild (Talonbooks, 2011). She is the poetry editor at...

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Ayelet Tsabari on Writing, Food and Rules

 •  December 3

The pages of EVENT magazine bring you many experienced and established writers. But it is the up-and-coming voices that can be the most exciting to...

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EVENT Magazine at Word Vancouver, featuring Billeh Nickerson and Anne Fleming

 •  October 6

Word Vancouver has come and gone, wrapping up last (rainy) Sunday. Fortunately the organizers managed to move the exhibitors and most of the...

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Peculiar Radiance: An Interview with Sue Sinclair

 •  September 27

Sue Sinclair's latest collection of poetry is Breaker, published by Brick Books and nominated for the Atlantic Poetry Prize and the Pat Lowther...

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Go Away, I’m Reading. Really: EVENT in conversation with author Anne Fleming

 •  September 23

One year Anne Fleming gave her nephew a book for Christmas and watched from the sidelines as the volume captivated him for the next three hours....

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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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