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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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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Carmen Faye Mathes Reviews Three New Poetry Collections for EVENT 50/1

 •  September 7

Carmen Faye Mathes Reviews: Afua Cooper and Wilfried Raussert, Black Matters, Fernwood Publishing, 2020 John Steffler, And Yet, McClelland...

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kathy thai Reviews Novels From Farzana Doctor and Francesca Ekwuyasi for EVENT 50/1

 •  August 31

kathy thai Reviews: Farzana Doctor, Seven, Dundurn Press, 2020 Francesca Ekwuyasi, Butter Honey Pig Bread, Arsenal Pulp Press,...

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Avery Qurashi Reviews Novels from Nina Munteanu and Doreen Vanderstoop for EVENT 49/3

 •  May 27

Avery Qurashi Reviews: Nina Munteanu, A Diary in the Age of Water, Inanna Publications, 2020 Doreen Vanderstoop, Watershed, Freehand...

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Leehu Sigler Reviews Poetry Collections from Kevin Spenst, Annick MacAskill, and Simina Banu for EVENT 49/3

 •  May 17

Leehu Sigler Reviews: Kevin Spenst, Hearts Amok: A Memoir in Verse, Anvil Press, 2020 Annick MacAskill, Murmurations, Gaspereau Press,...

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Cathy Stonehouse Reviews Short Fiction from Jean Marc Ah-Sen and Katherine Fawcett for EVENT 49/3

 •  May 5

Cathy Stonehouse Reviews: Katherine Fawcett, The Swan Suit, Douglas & McIntyre, 2020 Jean Marc Ah-Sen, In the Beggarly Style of Imitation,...

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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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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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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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