Appearing in Two Places at Once: EVENT Interviews Armand Garnet Ruffo

 •  October 9

Armand Garnet Ruffo draws on his Ojibway heritage for his writing. His creative biography Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird appeared...

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Poetry, Passion, People and a Plan: EVENT Interviews George Elliott Clarke

 •  April 7

  George Elliott Clarke is a seventh-generation Canadian of African-American and Mi’kmaq Amerindian heritage. Born in Windsor, Nova Scotia in...

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I Read as Scatteredly as I Write: An Interview with Stuart Ross

 •  December 17

Stuart Ross published his first literary pamphlet on the photocopier in his dad’s office one night in 1979. Through the 1980s, he stood on...

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To write about one’s dead: Talking poetry with Renée Sarojini Saklikar.

 •  September 18

We’re happy to bring you an interview with Renée Sarojini Saklikar, writer, poet and EVENT Advisory Board member. Her first book, Children of Air...

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In Conversation on Conversation: EVENT Interviews Joanne Arnott

 •  May 1

Although often used as a presentation space, the view from the Teck Gallery at Simon Fraser University’s downtown Vancouver campus threatens to...

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In a Reality TV Show Kind of Way: A Brief Interview with Benjamin Willems

 •  March 13

Benjamin Willems’s ‘I dream of my standalone Quiznos’ placed second in EVENT’s 2013 Non-Fiction Contest and is featured in our current issue...

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Cities, Airports, Houses, Histories: EVENT interviews Sachiko Murakami

 •  December 23

Sachiko Murakami is the poet responsible for The Invisibility Exhibit (Talonbooks, 2008) and Rebuild (Talonbooks, 2011). She is the poetry editor at...

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Peculiar Radiance: An Interview with Sue Sinclair

 •  September 27

Sue Sinclair's latest collection of poetry is Breaker, published by Brick Books and nominated for the Atlantic Poetry Prize and the Pat Lowther...

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Go Away, I’m Reading. Really: EVENT in conversation with author Anne Fleming

 •  September 23

One year Anne Fleming gave her nephew a book for Christmas and watched from the sidelines as the volume captivated him for the next three hours....

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