Special Holiday Deal on Subscriptions

 •  December 17

Have a bookish friend on your gift list? From now until January 31, 2016 we’re offering a holiday deal: buy one subscription and receive a second...

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Review: Paul Vasey’s The River & David Zieroth’s The November Optimist

 •  December 11

This non-fiction review first appeared in EVENT 43/1 Paul Vasey, The River: A Memoir of Life in the Border Cities, Biblioasis, 2013 David...

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Review: Dede Crane’s Every Happy Family & Saleema Nawaz’s Bone and Bread

 •  November 30

This fiction review first appeared in EVENT 43/1 Dede Crane, Every Happy Family, Coteau Books, 2013 Saleema Nawaz, Bone and Bread, House of...

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#LitMagLove: Room Magazine Interviews EVENT Editor Shashi Bhat

 •  November 3

Room Magazine is running a series of interviews on their blog called #LitMagLove, featuring editors of different literary and cultural magazines. For...

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Appearing in Two Places at Once: EVENT Interviews Armand Garnet Ruffo

 •  October 9

Armand Garnet Ruffo draws on his Ojibway heritage for his writing. His creative biography Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird appeared...

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EVENT Does WORD Vancouver

 •  October 2

Anna Ling Kaye (Ricepaper), Meghan Bell (Room), Michal Kozlowski (GEIST) and Shashi Bhat (EVENT) gather for a panel at WORD Vancouver. Last...

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EVENT Announces 2015 Creative Non-Fiction Contest Winners

 •  September 9

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EVENT Contributor in Best Canadian Essays 2015

 •  September 1

EVENT would like to wish a sincere congratulations to Tanya Bellehumeur-Allatt, whose creative non-fiction piece, "Beirut Bombing" has been selected...

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And We Have a Winner!

 •  July 1

Congratulations to Hoa Nguyen, whose poem, 'A Thousand Times You Lose Your Treasure,' published in EVENT  42/3, was selected for this year's Best...

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Put CanLit on the Map: Lovereading.co.uk’s Google Maps Book Mash-up

 •  June 22

Lovereading.co.uk has created a Google Map that shows the settings of your (and other people's) favourite books. But while putting together your...

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