Anuja Varghese Reviews Short Story Collections By Jack Wang and Silmy Abdullah for EVENT 50/2

 •  April 1

Anuja Varghese Reviews: Jack Wang, We Two Alone, House of Anansi Press, 2020Silmy Abdullah, Home of the Floating Lily, Dundurn Press,...

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Rebecca Păpacuru Reads “Unbecoming” for EVENT 50/3

 •  March 8

REBECCA PĂPUCARU’S first collection of poetry, The Panic Room (Nightwood Editions, 2017),was a finalist for the A.M. Klein Prize for...

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50 Years of EVENT Magazine: Collected Notes on Writing

 •  February 14

Celebrate with us! 50 Years of EVENT Magazine: Collected Notes on Writing is now available.EVENT celebrates 50 years of publication with a Notes...

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Jessica Rose Reviews Non-Fiction From Christa Couture and Claire Legendre For EVENT 50/2

 •  February 14

Jessica Rose Reviews: Christa Couture, How to Lose Everything: A Memoir, Douglas & McIntyre, 2020Claire Legendre, Trans. David Homel, The Lily...

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Carolyn Nakagawa Reviews Three Poetry Collections For EVENT 50/2

 •  February 14

Carolyn Nakagawa Reviews: Lily Wang, Saturn Peach, Gordon Hill Press, 2020Jen Sookfong Lee, The Shadow List, Wolsak & Wynn, 2021Sachiko...

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Véronique Darwin Reviews Translation By Melissa Bull and Katia Grubisic for EVENT 50/2

 •  February 1

Véronique Darwin Reviews: Marie-Sissi Labrèche, Trans. Melissa Bull, Borderline, Anvil Press, 2020 Ioana Georgescu, Trans. Katia Grubisic,...

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From Issue 50/1: Read An Excerpt From Liz Harmer’s “The Bowerbird: A Tale”

 •  December 14

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Kathy Mezei Reviews Novels From Larry Tremblay and Zsolt Alapi for EVENT 50/1

 •  September 30

Kathy Mezei Reviews: Zsolt Alapi, Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, DC Books, 2020 Larry Tremblay, Trans. Sheila Fischman, Impurity,...

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Our 2021 Non-Fiction Contest Is Here!

 •  September 21

Enter EVENT Magazine's 31st annual Non-Fiction Contest and win up to $3000 in total prizes, plus publication in EVENT. This year's contest is judged...

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Sarah Moar Reviews Non-Fiction From Brittany Luby and Jenna Butler for EVENT 50/1

 •  September 16

Sarah Moar Reviews: Brittany Luby, Dammed: The Politics of Loss and Survival in Anishinaabe Territory, University of Manitoba Press,...

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