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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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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Jane Campbell in Best Canadian Essays

 •  July 17

Congratulations to Jane Campbell, whose creative non-fiction piece, "Good as Dead," which first appeared in EVENT 45/2, has been selected to appear...

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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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30 Non-Fiction Writing Prompts

 •  February 24

“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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2016 Non-Fiction Contest Winners: An Interview with M. Bayless

 •  February 7

M. BAYLESS is the author of four books for children. She lives in Vancouver, with their cats and lots of fish. She is pursuing an MFA in Creative...

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Announcing 2017 Non-Fiction Contest Judge: J. Jill Robinson!

 •  December 15

EVENT’s 2017 Non-Fiction Contest is open for submissions until April 15. Winners will receive fame and fortune: up to $1500 in prizes and...

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2016 Non-Fiction Contest Winners: An Interview with Hilary Dean

 •  December 6

"On Watch," Hilary Dean's winning piece, is part of a project exploring issues of identity and belonging within the larger framework of mental...

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