Trish Matson Reviews K.D. Miller and Kathy Page for EVENT 48/2

 •  November 12

­ Trish Matson Reviews: K.D. Miller, Late Breaking, Biblioasis, 2018 Kathy Page, Dear Evelyn, Biblioasis, 2018   ‘Len Sparks has...

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Cathy Stonehouse Reviews Collections from Nilofar Shidmehr and David Bezmozgis for EVENT 48/2

 •  November 6

Cathy Stonehouse Reviews: Nilofar Shidmehr, Divided Loyalties, House of Anansi, 2019 David Bezmozgis, Immigrant City, Harper Collins,...

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On the Radar: Soft Power by Stewart Cole

 •  October 30

Stewart Cole’s Soft Power questions power in all its forms, reflecting on current attitudes and feelings of helplessness to a future hope for...

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The Call of The Void: Hannah Macready Interviews Daniel Cowper

 •  October 22

Daniel Cowper is a writer from Bowen Island, BC. His poetry and criticism have appeared in various literary publications in Canada, the US, and...

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A Little Retreat in Myself: Rob Taylor Interviews Matthew Walsh 

 •  October 1

Cargo memories I like to be naked and comfortable with my older friend I treasure it he likes it at the beach, and who cares if we are naked I am...

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That Seventies Show: An Interview With Novelist Nancy Jo Cullen

 •  September 25

Nancy Jo Cullen’s new novel The Western Alienation Merit Badge is a time warp back to Canada as the eighties opened up. The novel tells the story...

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A Very Real and Open Window: Rob Taylor Interviews Emily Davidson

 •  September 10

Nobody Does This On Purpose  1. I have been keeping my virginity like the special occasion dishes the company tablecloth a pair of...

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On the Radar: Where I Fall, Where She Rises by Dean Serravalle

 •  August 20

Dean Serravalle is the author of four novels, Reliving Charley (Oberon Press), Chameleon Days (Now or Never Press), Lock 7 (8th House Publishing),...

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EVENT Contributor Jason Jobin makes the 2019 Journey Prize Long List

 •  August 13

  A warm congratulations to EVENT Contributor Jason Jobin on his 2019 Journey Prize Long List nomination. Jason's chosen story, “They...

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Meg Stainsby Reviews New Memoirs by Elizabeth Hay and Bill Gaston for EVENT 48/1

 •  July 16

  Meg Stainsby Reviews: Elizabeth Hay, All Things Consoled: A Daughter’s Memoir, McClelland & Stewart, 2018 Bill Gaston, Just Let Me Look at...

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