2016 Non-Fiction Contest Shortlist

 •  August 3

After many a late night of thrilling reads, EVENT has selected its shortlist for our annual Non-Fiction Contest! Thank you to all the writers who...

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Review: Sean Arthur Joyce’s Laying the Children’s Ghosts to Rest & Vangie Bergum’s Downstream

 •  March 26

This non-fiction review first appeared in EVENT 43/3. Sean Arthur Joyce, Laying the Children’s Ghosts to Rest: Canada’s Home Children in the...

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Review: Paul Vasey’s The River & David Zieroth’s The November Optimist

 •  December 11

This non-fiction review first appeared in EVENT 43/1 Paul Vasey, The River: A Memoir of Life in the Border Cities, Biblioasis, 2013 David...

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Short-list Announcement

 •  August 20

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Non-Fiction Contest

 •  April 15

CONTEST DEADLINE EXTENDED! You now have until APRIL 30 to submit your best non-fiction stories to EVENT’s annual Non-Fiction Contest. Riches and...

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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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2014 Non-Fiction Contest Shortlist

 •  July 18

Last spring, you sent us a heap of non-fiction manuscripts for our 2014 contest. After many evenings of heavy reading and equally many afternoons of...

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Review: Non-Fiction by Carol Shaben and Jay Ruzesky

 •  July 13

This non-fiction review first appeared in EVENT 42/3. Carol Shaben, Into the Abyss: How a Deadly Plane Crash Changed the Lives of a Pilot, a...

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Deadline: April 15th

 •  April 12

What are you waiting for? (Potential) fame and (moderate) riches await you. $1500 in prizes available for your story. Stories must be 5000 words or...

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EVENT Magazine at Word Vancouver, featuring Billeh Nickerson and Anne Fleming

 •  October 6

Word Vancouver has come and gone, wrapping up last (rainy) Sunday. Fortunately the organizers managed to move the exhibitors and most of the...

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