2019 Speculative Writing Contest Shortlist

 •  June 20

Here it is, the 2019 Speculative Writing Contest shortlist! Congratulations to all the short-listed entrants: 'Out of Focus' by Joe...

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2018 Non-Fiction Contest Winners

 •  March 29

And the winners are… FIRST PLACE ($1,500): ‘Where Things Rise, Unannounced’ by Erin MacNair, North Vancouver, BC SECOND PLACE...

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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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30 Non-Fiction Writing Prompts

 •  September 15

“Writing is an act of great courage, and writing creative non-fiction raises up the stakes even higher. It is not a genre for the...

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LET DOWN YOUR HAIR Contest Winners

 •  May 7

Announcing the winners of EVENT's LET DOWN YOUR HAIR speculative writing contest! These pieces were read blind and selected from the shortlist by...

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Announcing the LET DOWN YOUR HAIR Contest Shortlist

 •  February 26

EVENT's editor and editorial assistants have read the submissions to our LET DOWN YOUR HAIR contest and shortlisted the thirteen stories and poems....

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Why You Should Enter EVENT’s LET DOWN YOUR HAIR Contest

 •  October 31

It's a chance to experiment. Write a poem about a refrigerator that's a portal to another dimension, a story about US politics being a figment of a...

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M. Bayless Wins Canadian Magazine Award

 •  April 29

"I had a good grip on the scissors when they plunged into Frank’s skull, so naturally I felt the firm resistance, then the sickening, slippery...

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M. Bayless Named a Magazine Grands Prix Finalist

 •  April 7

M. Bayless, a winner of EVENT's 2016 Non-Fiction Contest, is a finalist for the inaugural Magazine Grands Prix, held by Magazines Canada! Her...

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2016 Non-Fiction Contest Winners: An Interview with Caitlin Crawshaw

 •  April 4

We kept missing each other. I’d send an e-mail and she’d respond just as I was leaving the office. We’d arrange a time, and then something...

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