Leehu Sigler Reviews Poetry Collections from Kevin Spenst, Annick MacAskill, and Simina Banu for EVENT 49/3

 •  May 17

Leehu Sigler Reviews: Kevin Spenst, Hearts Amok: A Memoir in Verse, Anvil Press, 2020 Annick MacAskill, Murmurations, Gaspereau Press,...

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Flowers in the Concrete: Hannah Macready Interviews Christina Shah

 •  May 11

Christina Shah was born in Ottawa, lives in Vancouver, and works in heavy industry. Her poetry has also appeared in The...

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Cathy Stonehouse Reviews Short Fiction from Jean Marc Ah-Sen and Katherine Fawcett for EVENT 49/3

 •  May 5

Cathy Stonehouse Reviews: Katherine Fawcett, The Swan Suit, Douglas & McIntyre, 2020 Jean Marc Ah-Sen, In the Beggarly Style of Imitation,...

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Kate Dooley Reviews Non-Fiction from Madhur Anand and Billy-Ray Belcourt for EVENT 49/3

 •  April 27

Kate Dooley Reviews: Madhur Anand, This Red Line Goes Straight to Your Heart, Strange Light, 2020 Billy-Ray Belcourt, A History of My...

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Waking up in a Handstand: Molly Cross-Blanchard Interviews Richard Van Camp

 •  March 3

Richard Van Camp is a proud Tlicho Dene from Fort Smith, NWT. He is the author of 24 books in just about every genre. His novel, The Lesser Blessed,...

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From Issue 49/2: “Over Kawaguchi” by Jason Jobin

 •  January 8

Find the full story in EVENT 49/2. Illustration by Amelia Wiygul.

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For the Love of Crust Fiction: Hannah Macready Interviews Susan Sanford Blades

 •  December 22

Susan Sanford Blades’s first novel, Fake It So Real, was published by Nightwood Editions in October 2020. Her fiction has appeared in the...

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Our 2-for-1 Holiday Subscription Special Is Back!

 •  December 4

Give the gift of literature this season with EVENT's annual 2-for-1 subscription deal. During December and January, every subscription you...

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The Shadow Element: Rob Taylor Interviews Terry Ann Carter

 •  October 21

Terry Ann Carter is the author of six collections of long form poetry, two haiku guidebooks, and five haiku chapbooks. She has edited four haiku...

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(Virtual) Fall Reading Series: Tawahum Bige

 •  October 7

Łutselk'e Dene, Plains Cree, Two-Spirit, & Nonbinary poet, Tawahum Bige resides on unceded Musqueam/Tsleil-Waututh/Squamish territory. Featured...

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