EVENT’s Annual Fundraising Book Sale!

 •  March 6

Join us March 18th-22nd for our Annual Fundraising Book Sale! We will be set up in the New Westminster concourse at Douglas College all week with...

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2018 Non-Fiction Contest Shortlist

 •  February 14

Contest Details: Genre: Creative Non-Fiction. Prize: $3,000 in prizes ($1,500 First Place, $1,000 Second Place,...

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Growing Room and the Future of CanLit: Hannah Macready interviews Chelene Knight

 •  February 12

Chelene Knight is the author of the poetry collection Braided Skin and the memoir Dear Current Occupant, winner of the 2018 Vancouver Book...

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Brett Josef Grubisic Reviews: Chicken by Lynn Crosbie and French Exit by Patrick DeWitt for Issue 47/3

 •  February 4

Brett Josef Grubisic Reviews: Lynn Crosbie, Chicken, House of Anansi, 2018 Patrick DeWitt, French Exit, House of Anansi, 2018 In case Oxford’s...

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What Makes for Successful Speculative Writing? Words from Judge Emily Pohl-Weary

 •  January 28

Our Speculative Writing Contest deadline has been extended until January 31st, 2019.  Here's some words from our current guest judge, Emily...

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On the Radar: An Excerpt from Victoria Hetherington’s Debut Novel MOONCALVES

 •  January 9

Mooncalves is the debut novel from Canadian author Victoria Hetherington. Enjoy an excerpt from the novel here (note: sexual content). "This...

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2019 Speculative Writing Contest- CLOSED

 •  December 19

Submissions for this contest are now closed.2019 LET DOWN YOUR HAIR Speculative Contest Details Are you tired of magazines telling you they just...

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The Passport Filled with Shrapnel: Rob Taylor interviews Dominique Bernier-Cormier

 •  December 6

Two Excerpts from Correspondent Early morning, August 12. Hydrogen peroxide leaks from an I-15 torpedo aboard the Kursk. Liquid falls, drop by...

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Russell Thornton and Phoebe Wang in Conversation–An Excerpt from What the Poets Are Doing: Canadian Poets in Conversation

 •  November 13

The following is an excerpt from What the Poets Are Doing: Canadian Poets in Conversation, which will be published by Nightwood Editions in late...

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Isn’t every story or poem about love in one way or another?: Stephanie Sirois Interviews Patricia Young

 •  November 2

Amateurs at Love explores love: what love means, the different ways one can hurt or heal, love between couples, love between children, unrequited...

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